Prospect asked if crash report collected by mobile agent can point the Dev on SIGSEGV issues.
Can anybody confirm if following statement is correct, please?
In case of Android the situation is clear.
As long as
where the issue occurs, are not a part of Android Runtime, there won't be any reference to it in Mobile Crash Report. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
How the issue
signal 11 (SIGSEGV), code 1 (SEGV_MAPERR)
would work in case of iOS App crashes?
And the last but not least -
Regardless the platform, is it a way to collect mode extensive crash/debug info, so Devs are aware about such problem?
Your suggestions are more than welcome.
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For iOS the signal info is part of the crash report. Please elaborate on the last question, I don't know what it is about (Dynatrace collects crash information and it can be symbolicated to get a human readable stacktrace).
For Android Dynatrace only reports java exception stacktraces and no signals. Dynatrace does not capture native crashes on Android e.g. if NDK is used in the Android app.
Seeing the Android architecture, it's what I suspected.
Thank you for your comment.