List of recent product changes and updates for BugSplat. We announce these updates via Twitter.
Default values for user, email and description now appear in crash dialog. Improved BsSndRpt usage dialog.
Fixed a bug with large user descriptions which could cause crash uploads to fail.
Added logic and tests to ensure that BugSplat raises helpful errors when called with invalid parameters.
Added ability to optionally inject and control logging settings. Consumers of bugsplat-ng4 can now supply an instance of their own logger given it has the methods, error, warn, info and log. Consumers can also control the verbosity of log statements emitted by BugSplat.
Added Unity 2017 support. Fixed bug where 2 dialogs were shown for prompted exceptions.
Improvements to out-of-memory crash reporting. We now allocate a larger guard memory block and free it earlier in the unhandled exception handler code. All Native Windows applications should use the MDSF_USEGUARDMEMORY flag to enable crash reports in out-of-memory situations. Also added back support for internal IP address reporting, which was dropped in version 184.108.40.206.
Replaced setCallback with observables/subscriptions. Added type for BugSplat API response data. Removed extraneous dependencies and improved download times dramatically. Build changes to target ES5.
Initial release of Angular ErrorHandler support
Changed event log source name to include database and appName. This avoids potential conflicts when multiple applications are using BugSplat on the same computer.
Fixed uptime calculation and added LaunchCount and LaunchToLastCrashTime entries to Windows native XML files.
Added support for invoking CrashReportClient with command line parameters.
Added support for UWP.
Added support for '+' characters in version numbers.
Asynchronous uploading of additional files.
Initial release of node.js error reporting.
Fixed a bug that prevented the tech support response page from displaying in certain circumstances.
Added support for paths containing spaces.
Support for upload size limit per database. Added option for user to specify zip file path. Forced all network traffic to be on secure HTTPS.
Added removeAdditionalFiles() method.
Upload size restriction now enforced per database. Enterprise customers can get options to upload crash reports larger than 2mb. Crash reports now post directly to S3, for improved speed and reliability.
Initial release of BugSplat’s CrashReportClient.
Converted to Unicode build. Dropped MBCS and C interfaces. Added setMinidumpType(), previously only available to a limited set of customers.
Samples now use .NET 4.5. This allows us to support unwatchedExceptions. Added new UnwatchedException test in myDotNetCrasher.
Fixed incorrect link for manually posting crash reports.
Added support for setResourceDllPath().
Defect fixes and performance improvements.