Thanks for reply; Here are the details of my machine;
Xcode version: 4.2 (build: 4C199)
SDK version: iOS 5.0
Compiler in use: Apple LLVM compiler 3.0
No flags were for airbrake;
I just downloaded the library and read your configuration
document to integrate it in my application;
Attach are screenhots of how I'm integrating it; Kindly guide if
I'm missing anything; Am I using correct library files? Please see
in attachment and let me know;
Are you running Snow Leopard? I'm not seeing anything wrong at
first glance but I will try and replicate your setup this evening.
Have you tried running our sample project? That should
build and run without issue.
Yes, I'm using snow Leopard; attach is details of my machine; I
have MacBook Pro;
I tried to raised a test exception using [ABNotifier
writeTestNotice] method, but how can I use airbrake in my code?
like except integration instruction, I din't find anything about it
over your site (seems my fault I din't search well) can you kindly
share some sample code how I can push exceptions from code to
airbrake? I used startNotifierWithAPIKey method in my app delegate
and implemented notifierDidLogException method too (thinking I
should have) Kindly guide me how I can capture exceptions in
different view controllers using airbrake;
well I'm able to run my code and now aribrake is saving crash
reports in my device; But I'm not getting the prompt alert box
asking either to send the crash reports to developer or not .. what
kind of method calls I need to implement in my code to show that
sorry but I'm getting the same crash again; Last night It
started working fine and was storing the crashlogs inside my device
but this morning it again crashing on same code lines; Any other
possibility for this crash? Did you look into my library files? Am
I using the right and complete library?
All of your settings look right. It should be just a drop in installation.
Have you tried running our sample app? Have you tried running your app with
zombies enabled? You are getting segmentation faults which usually result
in memory management problems. Check that you are not over-releasing any