Automatic Error reporting

Hi JBers,

for the last couple of Irida EAP builds, I keep getting errors after a bit of editing XSL files. The reason I have not made use of the automatic error reporting in these cases is that the stack trace contains the complete file contents, and posting that in a more or less public place like the tracker might make my employer a bit angry (The stack trace starts with

followed by the entire XSL file and ending with

)
Is there a way of deleting the "secret" parts of a stack trace during automatic error reporting?

Regards,
Jens

P.S.: BTW, so far the only way of getting rid of the problem that I have found is to delete the contents of the "system" directory.

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I get the same error and have not reported it for the same reason.
Restarting IDEA without deleting anything fixes it for me.

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Hi,

Unfortunately, this error is very hard to reproduce without particular
document, location of edit and entered text. Without this information
the submitted exception is useless.

Tim Haley wrote:

I get the same error and have not reported it for the same reason.
Restarting IDEA without deleting anything fixes it for me.



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Unfortunately, this error is very hard to reproduce
without particular
document, location of edit and entered text. Without
this information
the submitted exception is useless.


Sure, and I wouldn't have a problem submitting the file content just to Jetbrains, but if I use automatic reporting, the file ends up in a place where every EAP member can see it.

Regards,
Jens

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