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2008-03-15 Matt Lilek <webkit@mattlilek.com>
        Rubber-stamped by Mitz.

        Update crash log page with instructions for Leopard.

        * quality/crashlogs.html:



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2008-03-15 Matt Lilek <webkit@mattlilek.com>

Rubber-stamped by Mitz.

Update crash log page with instructions for Leopard.

* quality/crashlogs.html:

2008-03-11 Robert Blaut <webkit@blaut.biz>

Reviewed by Darin Adler.
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<img src="mac_viewtrace.jpg" alt="Mac OS X Crash log">
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<p>If the crash report dialog does not appear or the crash is hard to reproduce, you can get the crash log from the
<tt>Safari.crash.log</tt> file located in <tt>~/Library/Logs/CrashReporter/</tt>. This file is a plain text file and can
be viewed in the default Console.app or your favorite text editor.</p>

<p><strong>All</strong> of Safari's crashes are logged to this file so please only attach the last crash in it.
Crashes are separated by a series of asterisks (&lowast;&lowast;&lowast;&lowast;&lowast;&lowast;&lowast;&lowast;&lowast;&lowast;)
for easy identification.</p>
<p>If the crash report dialog does not appear or the crash is hard to reproduce, crash logs can be retrieved from the <tt>~/Library/Logs/CrashReporter</tt> folder.</p>
<p>On Leopard (Mac OS X 10.5), crash logs are stored as individually dated and time stamped files. Despite having a &ldquo;.crash&rdquo;
extension, they are plain text files and can be attached directly to a bug report.</p>
<p>On Tiger (Mac OS X 10.4), all crashes are logged to <tt>Safari.crash.log</tt>. This is a plain text file and can
be viewed in the default Console.app or your favorite text editor. <strong>All</strong> of Safari's crashes are logged
to this file so please only attach the last crash in it. Crashes are separated by a series of asterisks
(&lowast;&lowast;&lowast;&lowast;&lowast;&lowast;&lowast;&lowast;&lowast;&lowast;) for easy identification.</p>
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