if you are looking for a Qt compatible debugger under Linux, just give
it a try.
Most of the essential gdb features are supported. The main focus is on
easy navigation in thousands of files, classes and/or shared libraries.
ccdebug is available as source code tar archive at
It readily compiles with qmake (under Linux), the only unusual
dependancy is Qt itself (Qt3 or Qt4). It won't compile under MinGW.
The new release supports gdb6.8, and thus, among other things,
allows to set "pending" breakpoints in shared libraries.
To enumerate some more pecularities:
- Small footprint,
- Online help
- Session management with persistent breakpoints
- Syntax highlighting
- Class browser
- QString values are displayed as tooltip popup
- Configurable tooltip popup for other classes
- Mixed mode assembly level debugging
- Memory dialog
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