fx symbolize

symbolize backtraces and program locations provided as input on stdin

usage: fx symbolize [-i IDS_TXT_FILE] [-r | --remote-symbols]

   -i IDS_TXT_FILE         specify an ids.txt file to be used

   --remote-symbols|-r     attemp to resolve symbols using predefined remote
                           symbol servers for symbols that cannot be resolved
                           locally.

Converts sybmolizer markup found in stdin to human readable using
local symbols (and remote if the --remote-symbols option is used).
This command is usually used on log output from either zx_log or syslog.
Anything that is not valid symbolizer markup is left alone. This is similar
to how c++filt works for demangling C++ symbols.

By default, `fx log` and `fx klog` automatically pipe their results into
this command.

Authentication:
If the `--remote-symbols` option is specified, `fx symbolize` will fail if the
current user is not authenticated with `gcloud` or if they don't have enough
privileges on the symbol servers. To ensure that the current user is
properly authenticated, run:
     `gcloud auth application-default login`

symbolize source code