Can I have some documentation examples excluded from Abrt crash collection?
kklic at redhat.com
Wed Apr 14 19:53:03 UTC 2010
Good idea, also the opencv package would use this feature for its Python
programming examples. Current ABRT cannot ignore crashes based on paths,
so it must be developed.
Please file a RFE in Bugzilla, and include the filename mask(s) marking
the files you want to exclude. I think it will be something like:
IMHO for the beginning it is right to have even package-specific
configuration (like the excluded paths) in ABRT. Later this kind of
configuration should move to the packages, as ABRT configuration files
and feature set become more mature and stable.
Jeff Spaleta wrote:
> So I'm maintaining matplotlib and scipy.. which effectively allows
> "scientists" to pretend they are "programmers"
> So matplotlib includes a large selection of examples to read over as
> documentation. Some of these example do some crazy complicated things
> which make use of matplotlib and wont work out of the box because they
> need additional python modules that are strictly related to matplotlib
> functionality...examples on how to embed matplotlib pythonically and
> other such things.
> I would really like it if abrt could be prevented from triggering bug
> tickets when these examples crash. The examples are deliberately
> provided as documentation of examples of things you can do with
> matplotlib...but not as code meant to function without additional
> thought on part of the user.
> Can I work with someone with regard to abrt to get these things excluded?
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