gdb front-ends?

Kevin Cozens kcozens-qazKcTl6WRFWk0Htik3J/w at
Fri Dec 19 22:22:09 UTC 2003

At 04:03 PM 12/19/2003 -0500, awh wrote:
>There seems to be about 18,732 different gdb front-ends out there.  Does
>anyone have any preference?

My vote would be for DDD. It is the first one I found (I didn't like raw 
gdb either). It isn't perfect but it sure makes code development a little 
easier. Depending on what you are doing, there is also the possibility of 
using something like RHIDE which is an integrated development environment 
similar to the old Borland IDE.


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