Both "too localized" and "not a real question" have been replaced; both categories in which I would have applied to these sorts of questions.
With the new close categories, these types of questions fall firmly into the off-topic category, but the reason can differ between the two.
For instance, if a question is a straight vanilla, "My code is broken and I'm not sure why, could someone look at it?", then this close reason applies most appropriately:
Questions asking for code must demonstrate a minimal understanding of the problem being solved. Include attempted solutions, why they didn't work, and the expected results. See also: Stack Overflow question checklist
If a question is a pure stack trace and lots of error logs, without any context, then this close reason applies most appropriately:
Questions concerning problems with code you've written must describe the specific problem — and include valid code to reproduce it — in the question itself. See SSCCE.org for guidance.
If it's kind of a combination of both (that is, a huge wall of code, stack traces, and little context to go off of), then asking for clarification is ideal. If it isn't provided, then this is an appropriate close category/reason:
Please clarify your specific problem or add additional details to highlight exactly what you need. As it's currently written, it’s hard to tell exactly what you're asking.
I would say, though, in either case, first give the asker the benefit of the doubt. Ask for clarification if you believe the question is worth saving. Help them along by editing the question.