The Data Display
Debugger (DDD) is a popular graphical user interface to debuggers such
DBX, XDB, JDB and others.
The purpose of a debugger such as DDD is to allow you to see
what is going on "inside" another program while it executes -- or what
another program was doing at the moment it crashed.
Besides 'usual' front-end features such as viewing source
texts and breakpoints, DDD provides an interactive graphical data
display, where data structures are displayed as graphs.
Using DDD, you can reason about your application by watching
its data, not just by viewing it execute lines of source code.
- Debugging of programs written in Ada, Bash, C, C++, Chill,
Modula, Pascal, Perl
- Machine-level debugging
- Hypertext source navigation and lookup
- Breakpoint, backtrace, and history editors
- Preferences and settings editors
- Program execution in terminal emulator window
- Debugging on a remote host
- On-line manual interactive help
/ DBX / XDB command-line interface with full editing,
history, and completion capabilities
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