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How to get the line number where windows QT application CRASHED.
Tusharh last edited by
If you are using Visual Studio .pdb files are generated which can be later mapped with crash .dmp file & method name & line number can be found.
But, in this case I'm using a open source application called "owncloud" which is in QT, built using cmakelist on OPENSUSE & windows build is made for it. On crashing I get the core dump file, on analyzing I get only addresses which I can't figure out, as to where the application is crashing.
Is there any way I can look for these addresses in Qt creator & find the line number where the crash occurs?
Also, is there any crashlytics for c++ like FABRIC available for android & ios?
koahnig last edited by
As you indicate already yourself, this is compiler dependent.
Qt creator is simply an IDE and not a compiler. You may use within Qt creator also VS studio compilers and with them you might be already on track for debugging, since you are already aware of details there.
@Tusharh This may help if you're using gnu tools:
If you have the .pdb you can add it to Creator. I don't have windows on hand, but it was somewhere in the
Tools > Options ... > Debugger > CDBconfiguration.