Import name: Sentry.contextLinesIntegration

This integration adds source code from inline JavaScript of the current page's HTML (e.g. JS in <script> tags) to stack traces of captured errors. It can't collect source code from assets referenced by your HTML (e.g. <script src="..." />).

The ContextLines integration is useful when you have inline JS code in HTML pages that can't be accessed by Sentry's backend, for example, due to a login-protected page.

This integration requires you to install @sentry/integrations next to your main SDK package.

import * as Sentry from "@sentry/browser";
import { contextLinesIntegration } from "@sentry/integrations";

  dsn: "",
  integrations: [contextLinesIntegration()],

Type: number

The number of lines to collect around each stack frame's line number. Defaults to 7.

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