package stacktrace

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Dependency Relation
	imports 4 packages, and imported by one package

Involved Source Files Package stacktrace provides support for gathering stack traces efficiently.
Package-Level Type Names (total 3, all are exported)
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Depth specifies how deep of a stack trace should be captured. func Capture(skip int, depth Depth) *Stack const First const Full
Formatter formats a stack trace into a readable string representation. FormatFrame formats the given frame. FormatStack formats all remaining frames in the provided stacktrace -- minus the final runtime.main/runtime.goexit frame. func NewFormatter(b *buffer.Buffer) Formatter
Stack is a captured stack trace. Count reports the total number of frames in this stacktrace. Count DOES NOT change as Next is called. Free releases resources associated with this stacktrace and returns it back to the pool. Next returns the next frame in the stack trace, and a boolean indicating whether there are more after it. func Capture(skip int, depth Depth) *Stack func (*Formatter).FormatStack(stack *Stack)
Package-Level Functions (total 3, all are exported)
Capture captures a stack trace of the specified depth, skipping the provided number of frames. skip=0 identifies the caller of Capture. The caller must call Free on the returned stacktrace after using it.
NewFormatter builds a new Formatter.
Take returns a string representation of the current stacktrace. skip is the number of frames to skip before recording the stack trace. skip=0 identifies the caller of Take.
Package-Level Variables (only one, which is unexported)
Package-Level Constants (total 2, both are exported)
First captures only the first frame.
Full captures the entire call stack, allocating more storage for it if needed.