bug#6991: Please keep bytecode out of *Backtrace*
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> > Why not take the bytecode _entirely_ out of the backtrace buffer?
> > Is it ever any use?

> It can be disassembled, and may hold useful information that would
> otherwise be missing.

That is no reason to put the bytecode in the backtrace by default.
We can make another way to get the bytecode when you really want that.

> I think it might make sense to hide the bytecode with display
> properties, but keep the text itself so that it's not lost when copied
> to an email.

That might be a good approach.

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