--- Pit Capitain <pit / capitain.de> wrote:

> Eric Mahurin schrieb:
> > When the stack is deep and you get an exception, you get
> > something like this in the middle of the stack trace:
> > 
> >  ... 20 levels ...
> > 
> > Is there any way to get the entire trace?
> 
> Catch the exception and print its backtrace
> 
>    begin
>      call_deeply_nested_method
>    rescue Exception => ex
>      puts ex, ex.backtrace
>    end

I already figured out that one.  Any way to override the
default behavior?  Unfortunately, a simple rescue doesn't catch
interrupt (and other signals).  I guess I could set up a signal
handler to catch it.  It would be a whole lot easier if I could
just redefine the default print stacktrace method.


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