If I throw a JavaScript exception myself (eg, throw "AArrggg"), how can I get the stack trace (in Firebug or otherwise)?  Right now I just get the message.  edit: As many people below have posted, it is possible to get a stack trace for a J...
Does anyone know how to print a stack trace in Node.js?...
I've used some complex javascript (jQuery) to create an editor of sorts where users can drag, drop and resize different divs. The problem is that sometimes, for seemingly no reason, divs that contain text suddenly get "frozen" or "stu...
Within Google Chrome, I was wondering if stack traces will, in the future, provide mapping support. Currently, using source maps, throwing an error will provide the line number link to my TypeScript files, however... When calling the Error.stack, it...
Any suggestions on how to, in a cross-browser way, generate a stack trace in javascript?  Newer browsers, Chrome and Firefox, expose a console object that allows stack traces to be generated.  This method does not provide a method for storing the st...
I'm working with a library that obfuscates errors by throwing an object directly - I believe.   //Functions a,b, b2, c are all in a library that I don't have control over. function a() {   console.log("a"); }  function b() {   throw n...
I am writing some code to automate a build process using the Grunt task runner and Node. When there is an error while running a task, it gets displayed without line number or file. This makes finding the actual issue a pain.  Example:     $ grunt bui...
I've know versions of this question has been discussed, and I think this is unique.  Why does a delay of 0, still causes the below behavior.   for(var i = 0; i <3; i ++) {   console.log(i, 'started');   setTimeout(()=> {     console...
Im trying to write a gadget inside a jira plugin and I've encountered some problems even with a very simple one. Currently I'm trying to get a response from a simple java class i wrote. Following code is located in my gadget.xml:           He...
I want to log all JS errors in my project during the beta-testing time. Now I do it in the following way:  window.onerror = myErrHandler;  function myErrHandler(message, url, line) {     $.ajax({         cache: false,         type: "post",...

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