Please report any issues on github.
Always include the following information:
operating system name and version
OpenGL/D3D driver name and version
Issues should be preferably filed on github to facilitate collaborative development and for future reference.
Access to applications source code is not required -- binaries are sufficient.
If the bug happens with a proprietary application, and you don't want to publicly release the application and/or any data collected from it, then alternatively you can provide the necessary application and/or data via e-mail, to jose dot r dot fonseca at gmail dot com.
If it is not technically/legally feasible for you to provide application and/or data at all, then you must be either:
develop and provide a test application, stripped-down of all proprietary/confidential data, but that can reproduce the issue;
be willing/able to do the investigation of the issue, namely to identify the root cause of the issue (e.g., which OpenGL call is not properly handled and why), using all necessary tools (such as debuggers).
Failure to do so will render the apitrace authors powerless to address the issue.
github issue tracker doesn't support attachments.
Please attach long logs to https://gist.github.com/ and paste the URL into the issue description.
For big attachments, such as traces, please upload it temporarily to a web server you control, or use a file upload service such as http://www.megaupload.com/ or http://dropbox.com/ and paste the URL into the issue description.
Bugs on tracing
For bugs that happen while tracing (e.g., crashes while tracing the application, or incorrect traces) please:
provide information on how to obtain the application;
describe how you were using it when the issue happened.
Bugs on retracing/GUI
For bugs on retracing (e.g. crashes when retracing the application, incorrect inconsistent rendering, or viewing with the GUI) please:
provide the trace file;
describe the results you got, and what results you were expecting.
Obtaining stack back-traces
Please rebuild apitrace with debugging information, by passing
-DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug to cmake.
To obtain a stack back-trace, run the application with gdb from a terminal:
$ gdb --args application arg1 arg2 ... (gdb) run ... (gdb) bt
See also more detailed and Distro specific instructions: