Help with the "exception_dump_parser" Python file that comes with Luma

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by Lanlan, May 29, 2017.

  1. Lanlan
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    I'm getting a bunch of crashes, whether or not the SD is inserted, and even after I restored my nand. I enabled the option in Luma that shows crash info on the top screen, and for some crashes it creates a log. I installed Python on my PC, but I'm not sure how to use it. This is a weird case, if @Aurora Wright could chime in, that would be fantastic, because no one else seems to know what is going on.
     
  2. Joom

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    Open CMD, cd to the location of the script, and type python scriptname.py.
     
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    The logs are for debugging, I doubt this still help you
     
  4. Lanlan
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    that did not work

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    hrm :/
     
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    Didn't work? Did you get an error or something?
     
  6. Lanlan
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    I have python on my PC, but it's not configured properly, I guess. But I got someone on discord to read the logs. Which unfortunately didn't tell me much about my issue
     
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    I guess it doesn't matter anymore, but try moving the script to the python directory and running "python scriptname.py" from there.
    You may need Python 2.x or 3.x, some scripts will only work with one or the other.