Stop and display traceback when thread throws an exception

Is there a way to stop all threads and display traceback when any thread
(especially a thread that is not the main thread) throws an exception?

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Am 22.09.2010 04:24, schrieb Ralph S.:

Is there a way to stop all threads and display traceback when any thread (especially a thread that is not the main thread) throws an exception?

You can either run ruby with the -d (or --debug) switch or call this
somewhere in your code:

Thread.abort_on_exception = true

Vale,
Quintus
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in my experience the ruby-debug debugger (1.8.7) goes all haywire when
you’re working with threads.

Quintus,

Wednesday, September 22, 2010, 1:48:58 AM, you wrote:

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Q> Am 22.09.2010 04:24, schrieb Ralph S.:

Is there a way to stop all threads and display traceback when any thread (especially a thread that is not the main thread) throws an exception?

Q> You can either run ruby with the -d (or --debug) switch or call this
Q> somewhere in your code:

Q> Thread.abort_on_exception = true

Q> Vale,
Q> Quintus

That was exactly what I was looking for. Thank you!

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