Source Context

If Sentry has access to application source code, it can show snippets of code around the location of stack frames. Certain SDKs can resolve this source context automatically, such as the Python SDK, because they have access to unobfuscated source code at runtime.

To get source context for native applications, source code needs to be uploaded alongside the debug information files. The recommended way to do this is by using sentry-cli. See Creating Source Bundles for more information.

Source bundles show up as regular debug files on the Debug Files settings page. They are designated as "source bundle" and feature a sources tag. To match them with crash reports, they carry the same debug file as the respective debug information file they have been created from.

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