Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 2nd May 2013 10:15 UTC
BeOS & Derivatives "In the past few weeks, I've managed to find a bit more free time to work on Haiku. As per usual, the lion's share of this time was spent on improving our integrated debugger. As such, I thought I'd give a brief overview of what's been added, and how it can be useful."
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"Having had the chance to start developing software around 1986 while trying out quite a few development environments, I fail to understand how many developers like to develop in UNIX as if they were using System V!"

Can you clarify what you mean?

"GDB has a very nice feature though, you can use it as a C/C++ REPL while the programming is running."

You could watch & execute expressions in turbo debugger as well, dereference variables from pointers/structures. I cannot recall the full extent of the capability, and anyways it only applied to C & pascal (whereas I was using it more for assembly debugging). I vaguely remember being able to enter new assembly opcodes on the fly, although that might have only been

"Eclipse CDT or QtCreator."

I guess it's time for me to try eclipse again, the last time I used it for a work project it was very bloated and slow.

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