When our in-house developed application (C#, ASP.NET) is throwing an exception, it displays a stack trace that contains path information like
C:\users\DEVELOPER_FULL_NAME\path\some-module.cs. So it shows the full name of the developer who compiled it.
The developers are telling me, this is unavoidable. I find this hard to believe. I am no professional C# programmer, but working in IT, I have been programming (from Pascal to Assembler to C), so I think that my understanding should be fair enough.
So, how do you hide developer related personal information from the stack trace? Compile with a anonymous user on a dedicated machine? Is there a possibility to strip this information using a compile time switch or anything like that?