A new version of BugId has been released. Changes in this version include improved bug ids for various types of Access Violations, better detection of stack-related AVs (some AVs were falsely reported as stack related before), removal of Process Integrity Level information from the report and changes to the names of time-related configuration settings.Published on November 21st, 2018. New BugId Version Requires New License File
A new version of BugId has beeen released that includes minor improvements and
bug fixes. It also brings new "modules" to the project, which will require a
new licenses file, as the existing license files do not covere these modules.
You are advised to go the the license server at https://license.
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An minor update to BugId has been released based on the previous release. This update changes the unique id BugId uses to register with the license server. You will want to download this version before applying any licenses you have recently received, as otherwise the license server may believe you are running BugId on two different systems.Published on April 18th, 2018. New BugId released based on dev branch
A new version of BugId has been released based on the "dev" branch from
GitHub. It contains the usual improvements and bug fixes (you can read all the
details in the accompanying "RELEASE NOTES.
From now on, all versions of BugId will require a license to use after a one
month trial period. You can request a commercial or a non-commercial license
online at license.