Thanks for the link, Kevin, but I doubt it would be helpful, because the issue can't be duplicated.
No, it's not an extension that crashed; what happened is that installing a SnapBack update wiped AdBlock's "Local Storage," and Safari crashed in the balance.
This is the second time the same thing has happened - the "wipe," anyhow; I don't remember about the crash - and it's one of the developers who suggested going through Console and crash logs and filing a bug report.
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Use the Apple Bug Reporter to submit and track bug reports and enhancements requests for iOS, Mac OS X and Safari.
Costs you nothing but a few minutes of time, and the Bug Reporter interface includes the means to upload files. ("For crashing issues, upload any pertinent crash logs. For reports against Hardware, Printing, Graphics or Audio, upload the System Profiler Report or Windows System configuration.")
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