KDbg

KDbg

KDbg is an open source graphical front-end for the GNU Debugger. KDbg is implemented using the KDE component architecture.

See also

* Data Display Debugger (DDD), a Motif debugger front-end
* ups (debugger)
* Xxgdb, an X Window System debugger front-end

External links

* http://www.kdbg.org/


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