Forcing a crash is a great way to test out the SDK, but is actually a little more tricky than you might think.


How to force a crash We've built a convenient API you can use to cause a crash:

###怎样去强制crash 我们构建一个便捷的API你能用于制造一个crash:

[[Crashlytics sharedInstance] crash];

  1. First, make sure you place your test crashing code in a different place than applicationDidFinishLaunching. This is only for testing – Crashlytics will detect crashes in your applicationDidFinishLaunching method. A good place could be a button action.
  1. Next, compile, build, and run your app.

  2. Then, make sure that a debugger is not connected. By default, Xcode will launch applications and attach a debugger. This will prevent the crash from reporting – detach it!

  3. Force the crash by pressing the button you attached the crash code to, and then relaunch the app.

  4. 首先,确保你把你的测试crash代码写在不同于applicationDidFinishLaunching地方.这仅仅为了测试–Crashlytics将检测crash在你的applicationDidFinishLaunching方法里。好方法是用一个按钮触发。

  5. 接下来,编译,构建,运行你的app。

  6. 然后, 确保debugger未被连接。默认情况下,Xcode将运行应用程序且伴随了debugger。这将防止报告crash–隔离它。

  7. 伴随着你的crash代码按下按钮强制crash,然后重新运行app。

Advanced If you'd like to see other kinds of crashes, you can experiment:

###高级 如果你喜欢看其他种类的crash,你能尝试: int *x = NULL; *x = 42;

You may also want to raise an exception. Some common ways to do that are:

你或许也想去制造一个异常。一些通用方法是: [NSObject doesNotRecognizeSelector]; [arrayWithOnlyTwoElements objectAtIndex:3];

Keep in mind that exceptions are not guaranteed to a crash. (The full code path, including code in system libraries matters here.)


Fun fact Divide-by-zero is illegal on i386 and x84-64, but is a valid operation on ARM! Dividing by zero will cause crashes in the simulator, but not on iOS devices.


在i386和x84-64除以0是非法的,但是在ARM上是一个有效的操作! 在模拟器里除以0将制造crash,但是在iOS设备不会。