List of recent product changes and updates for BugSplat. We announce these updates via
11-Apr-2018: bugsplat-js 3.0.0
of bugsplat-js. This release adds a convenience function to automatically exit your application
it encounters a fatal error. Version 3.0.0 also adds the ability to specify an options object as
well as a callback per invocation of bugsplat.post which is helpful for handling non-fatal errors.
The full release notes for this version can be found
26-Feb-2018: BugsplatMac 1.0
of BugsplatMac. This release includes support for attaching files to a crash report and for
customizing the BugSplat dialog image.
22-Feb-2018: Website Updates
Manual symbol upload page improvements. Symbols now upload directly to Amazon S3 improving
Breakpad and Mac symbols uploads are now supported on the manual upload page
"All" menu link renamed to "Crashes"
Pending crash reports on the Crashes page now have an active link that navigates you to the
crash details page.
Common symbols libraries are now supported for all crash types. Previously only Windows
Additional debugger output is now available for Mac and Breakpad crash reports. To view,
the "Calculate Details" and then the "Debugger Output" buttons for any crash report.
15-Feb-2018: Electron Automatic Symbols
Symbols for Electron applications can now be automatically resolved. Select the new Include
Electron Symbols checkbox on our
page to enable this feature.
29-Jan-2018: Unity Update
We are happy to announce beta support for native Windows crashes in Unity and Unity Plugins! Check
page for more information regarding how to configure Unity native support.
22-Jan-2018: Website Update
Changes to address security issues including improved protection against cross site forgery
and issues with email addresses that map to existing database names.
20-Jan-2018: BugsplatMac Update
of BugsplatMac. This release includes a fix for an issue in archive uploads as well as updates to
13-Jan-2018: Website Update
Fixed a bug on our backend that was preventing OS X console application crashes from calculating
04-Jan-2018: Amazon ELB Outage
Our web application experienced temporary connectivity issues when Amazon's Load Balancers in the
US-EAST-1 region went down. The outage lasted a painful 13 minutes from 3:31:58 PM UTC-7 to
PM UTC-7. The issue has been resolved and our awesome crash reporting service is operating
Please feel free to send us a note if you have any questions or compliments.
20-Jan-2018: Website Update
Old versions of SendPdbs have been retired as scheduled. If automated symbol uploads are not
for you, please upgrade to the latest version of SendPdbs (version 18.104.22.168) found in our Native
.NET downloads at
14-Nov-2017: Version 2.2.0
Original error parameter from bugsplat.post is now passed to the callback method as the 3rd
parameter (requestError, responseBody, originalError). Fixed a bug where callback wasn't invoked
when there was an error posting to BugSplat.
09-Nov-2017: Website Update
Rate limiting introduced for BugSplat website pages with the URL app.bugsplat.com. This rate
limiting should not affect normal user navigation. However, customers integrating with our web
services API should be prepared to handle HTML Error Code 429 - Too Many Requests.
07-Nov-2017: Version 1.3.1
Added support for newline character (\r\n) in the UE4 CrashReportClient -Description parameter.
06-Nov-2017: Version 1.3.0
Added ability to set the Key parameter via command line arguments.
06-Nov-2017: Version 22.214.171.124
Default values for user, email and description now appear in crash dialog. Improved BsSndRpt
24-Oct-2017: Version 126.96.36.199
Fixed a bug with large user descriptions which could cause crash uploads to fail.
19-Oct-2017: Version 2.1.0
Added logic and tests to ensure that BugSplat raises helpful errors when called with invalid
18-Oct-2017: Version 2.0.3
Added ability to optionally inject and control logging settings. Consumers of bugsplat-ng4 can
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.
08-Nov-2017: Version 1.3.0
Added Unity 2017 support. Fixed bug where 2 dialogs were shown for prompted exceptions.
02-Oct-2017: Version 188.8.131.52
Improvements to out-of-memory crash reporting. We now allocate a larger guard memory block and
it earlier in the unhandled exception handler code. All Native Windows applications should use
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.
25-Oct-2017: Version 1.0.0.
Replaced setCallback with observables/subscriptions. Added type for BugSplat API response
Removed extraneous dependencies and improved download times dramatically. Build changes to
17-Sept-2017: Version 0.0.3
10-Sept-2017: Version 0.0.1
Initial release of Angular ErrorHandler support
28-Aug-2017: Version 220.127.116.11
Changed event log source name to include database and appName. This avoids potential
multiple applications are using BugSplat on the same computer.
02-July-2017: Version 18.104.22.168
Fixed uptime calculation and added LaunchCount and LaunchToLastCrashTime entries to
20-June-2017: Version 1.2.0
Added support for invoking CrashReportClient with command line parameters.
19-June-2017: Version 3.0.0
Added support for UWP.
6/15/2017 - Version 22.214.171.124
Added support for '+' characters in version numbers.
14-June-2017: Version 2.0.1
Asynchronous uploading of additional files.
13-June-2017: Version 1.0.1
Initial release of node.js error reporting.
08-June-2017: Version 126.96.36.199
Fixed a bug that prevented the tech support response page from displaying in certain
27-May-2017: Version 1.1.0
Added support for paths containing spaces.
24-May-2017: Version 188.8.131.52
Support for upload size limit per database. Added option for user to specify zip file
all network traffic to be on secure HTTPS.
19-May-2017: Version 184.108.40.206
Added removeAdditionalFiles() method.
12-May-2017: Version 220.127.116.11
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
28-April-2017: Version 1.0.0
Initial release of BugSplat’s CrashReportClient.
21-April-2017: Version 18.104.22.168
Converted to Unicode build. Dropped MBCS and C interfaces. Added setMinidumpType(),
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.