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Tip of the day: Finding the source of a bad_alloc exception | Aurélien's Room
After some head scratching, I figured this simple trick which you may find useful:

b 'std::bad_alloc::bad_alloc()'
c++  debugging  gdb  linux 
yesterday by Hwinkler
Host ASP.NET Core on Windows with IIS | Microsoft Docs
** final fix for hpsclient)**
Install the .NET Core Windows Server Hosting bundle

Install the .NET Core Windows Server Hosting bundle on the hosting system. The bundle installs the .NET Core Runtime, .NET Core Library, and the ASP.NET Core Module. The module creates the reverse-proxy between IIS and the Kestrel server. If the system doesn't have an Internet connection, obtain and install the Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 Redistributable before installing the .NET Core Windows Server Hosting bundle.

Restart the system or execute net stop was /y followed by net start w3svc from a command prompt to pick up a change to the system PATH.
iis  debugging  asp.net  ghe 
yesterday by dstelow
LogRocket | Logging and Session Replay for JavaScript Apps
Record everything users do on your site, helping you reproduce bugs and fix issues faster.
javascript  angularjs  emberjs  react  service  logging  commercial  debugging  visualization 
2 days ago by keimlink
Open-sourcing RacerD: Fast static race detection at scale | Engineering Blog | Facebook Code | Facebook
Data races are one of the most basic forms of concurrency error, and removing them can help simplify the mental task of understanding a concurrent program. RacerD has been running in production for 10 months on our Android codebase and has caught over 1000 multi-threading issues which have been fixed by Facebook developers before the code reaches production. It has helped support the conversion of part of News Feed in Facebook's Android app from a single-threaded to a multi-threaded model. We're excited to say that RacerD is now open source, as a tool on top of our Infer static analysis platform, that will check for concurrency bugs in Java code that uses locks or @ThreadSafe annotations. In this post, we'll discuss what RacerD does, the challenges we faced in making an effective race detector operating at scale, and the design decisions we made to cope with these challenges.
coding  debugging  development  facebook  java 
2 days ago by dano
Open-sourcing RacerD: Fast static race detection at scale | Engineering Blog | Facebook Code
"At Facebook we have been working on automated reasoning about concurrency in our work with the Infer static analyzer. RacerD, our new open source race detector, searches for data races — unsynchronized memory accesses, where one is a write — in Java programs, and it does this without running the program it is analyzing. RacerD employs symbolic reasoning to cover many paths through an app, quickly."
Development  Tools  StaticAnalysis  Debugging  Java 
2 days ago by jonchambers
Using the Data Viewer – RStudio Support
Introduction Starting the viewer Sorting Filtering Searching Advanced topics Auto-refreshing Labels Restrictions and Performance Saving...
rstudio  debugging  view 
3 days ago by anctious
Debugging with RStudio – RStudio Support
Introduction Entering debug mode (stopping) Stopping on a line Stopping when a function executes Stopping when an error occurs ...
rstudio  debugging 
3 days ago by anctious
Sentry | Error Tracking Software — JavaScript, Python, PHP, Ruby, more
Open-source error tracking that helps developers monitor and fix crashes in real time. Iterate continuously. Boost workflow efficiency. Improve user experience.
error  monitoring  javascript  debugging  logging  development  tools 
3 days ago by stevesong

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