The Cef type exposes the following members.
Gets a value that indicates the Git Hash for CEF version currently being used.
Gets a value that indicates the version of CefSharp currently being used.
Gets a value that indicates the CEF version currently being used.
Gets a value that indicates the Chromium version currently being used.
Crash reporting is configured using an INI-style config file named crash_reporter.cfg. This file must be placed next to the main application executable. File contents are as follows: # Comments start with a hash character and must be on their own line. [Config] ProductName=<Value of the "prod" crash key; defaults to "cef"> ProductVersion=<Value of the "ver" crash key; defaults to the CEF version> AppName=<Windows only; App-specific folder name component for storing crash information; default to "CEF"> ExternalHandler=<Windows only; Name of the external handler exe to use instead of re-launching the main exe; default to empty> ServerURL=<crash server URL; default to empty> RateLimitEnabled=<True if uploads should be rate limited; default to true> MaxUploadsPerDay=<Max uploads per 24 hours, used if rate limit is enabled; default to 5> MaxDatabaseSizeInMb=<Total crash report disk usage greater than this value will cause older reports to be deleted; default to 20> MaxDatabaseAgeInDays=<Crash reports older than this value will be deleted; default to 5> [CrashKeys] my_key1=<small|medium|large> my_key2=<small|medium|large> Config section: If "ProductName" and/or "ProductVersion" are set then the specified values will be included in the crash dump metadata. If "AppName" is set on Windows then crash report information (metrics, database and dumps) will be stored locally on disk under the "C:\Users\[CurrentUser]\AppData\Local\[AppName]\User Data" folder. If "ExternalHandler" is set on Windows then the specified exe will be launched as the crashpad-handler instead of re-launching the main process exe. The value can be an absolute path or a path relative to the main exe directory. If "ServerURL" is set then crashes will be uploaded as a multi-part POST request to the specified URL. Otherwise, reports will only be stored locally on disk. If "RateLimitEnabled" is set to true then crash report uploads will be rate limited as follows: 1. If "MaxUploadsPerDay" is set to a positive value then at most the specified number of crashes will be uploaded in each 24 hour period. 2. If crash upload fails due to a network or server error then an incremental backoff delay up to a maximum of 24 hours will be applied for retries. 3. If a backoff delay is applied and "MaxUploadsPerDay" is > 1 then the "MaxUploadsPerDay" value will be reduced to 1 until the client is restarted. This helps to avoid an upload flood when the network or server error is resolved. If "MaxDatabaseSizeInMb" is set to a positive value then crash report storage on disk will be limited to that size in megabytes. For example, on Windows each dump is about 600KB so a "MaxDatabaseSizeInMb" value of 20 equates to about 34 crash reports stored on disk. If "MaxDatabaseAgeInDays" is set to a positive value then crash reports older than the specified age in days will be deleted. CrashKeys section: Any number of crash keys can be specified for use by the application. Crash key values will be truncated based on the specified size (small = 63 bytes, medium = 252 bytes, large = 1008 bytes). The value of crash keys can be set from any thread or process using the Cef.SetCrashKeyValue function. These key/value pairs will be sent to the crash server along with the crash dump file. Medium and large values will be chunked for submission. For example, if your key is named "mykey" then the value will be broken into ordered chunks and submitted using keys named "mykey-1", "mykey-2", etc.
Gets a value that indicates whether CefSharp is initialized.
Gets a value that indicates whether CefSharp was shutdown.