Posted by fabriziogiudici
on August 12, 2010 at 6:13 AM PDT
The crash report feature collects unexpected exceptions from an Android apps and delivers it to the Development Console where the app author can analyze it. It is only available on Android 2.2, which is not yet widespread, so until today I've never seen a crash report. This morning I received one. It's a trivial error I made since the very first version of the application, with no effects on the application, but that triggers an exception starting from Froyo.
It's nice to see this kind of diagnostics (it would be even nicer if one received also the last ten lines of logging, in any case I suppose that this can be done with some explicit coding).