NBug is a .NET library created to automate the bug reporting process. It automatically creates and sends: * Bug reports, * Crash reports with minidump, * Error/exception reports with stack trace + ext. info. It can also be set up as a user feedback system (i.e. feature requests).
Read the quickstart here: http://soygul.com/nbug/
In a typical scenario all you need is to add the NuGet package (or compile and use the
NBug.dll directly, which is always more up-to-date) and add following to your application’s
Program.cs file (assuming it is a console app):
// Uncomment the following after testing to see that NBug is working as configured // NBug.Settings.ReleaseMode = true; // NBug config NBug.Settings.Destination1 = "Type=Mail;[email protected];[email protected];SmtpServer=smtp.mycompany.com;"; // Attach exception handlers after all configuration is done AppDomain.CurrentDomain.UnhandledException += NBug.Handler.UnhandledException;
After this, any unhandled exception will be formatted and sent to the configured e-mail address, after the app is restarted by the user.
You can post your question on StackOverflow with NBug tag: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/nbug
Get it on NuGet
Old (up to v1.1.1 release) project source is hosted at CodePlex, where you can find more information about the project: http://nbug.codeplex.com/