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Allow logging of Throwables instead of just Exceptions

See original GitHub issue

The Countly.logException(Exception) method’s signature should be changed to Countly.logException(Throwable) (maybe update the name too?) to match the API used by Android’s Log class: This would make it easier to create a Log wrapper that logs the Throwable to countly before passing it on to Android’s Log.

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 7 years ago
  • Comments:6 (2 by maintainers)

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iartemcommented, Mar 25, 2016

This is part of our next major overhaul of SDK. Countly now has .d, .i, .w, .e, .wtf methods with signatures of (String), (String, Throwable). But it’s not yet released…

ArtursKadikiscommented, Mar 7, 2019

Logging throwables is already supported for a few versions.

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