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Nemiver - Debugging C/C++ Graphically in GNOME

What is Nemiver?

Nemiver is an on-going effort to write a standalone graphical debugger that integrates well in the GNOME desktop environment. It currently features a backend which uses the well known GNU Debugger gdb to debug C / C++ programs. The list of Nemiver's features can be read in the wiki.

We believe that Nemiver is mature and robust enough to just let you debug your favorite C or C++ application in a pleasant way, as we use it daily for our own debugging purposes. If not, we'd love to hear what we can do to help.

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Compile it

The current released version of nemiver is 0.9.5. You can get it and compile it. To do so, please make sure you have all the dependencies installed.

If you want bleeding edge source code, you can fetch and compile the code from our git repository. To do so, you can type: git clone git://git.gnome.org/nemiver nemiver.git

Dependencies

Nemiver depends on the following libraries:

You have to install the development packages of these libraries or compile them first. Once you have done that, cd into nemiver source directory and type ./autogen.sh && make. Once the project has compiled, do not forget to type make install, with the sufficient privileges. Then, to debug your favorite program, you just have to type nemiver <the-name-of-your-program> . There you go !

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