|Initial release||December 11, 2014|
2.12.2 / September 28, 2018
Users can start debugging programs with Gede either directly from the command line by typing
gede [OPTIONS] [--args PROGRAM_NAME [PROGRAM_ARGUMENTS...]]
or by launching Gede first and then using a settings dialog to select the program or coredump file that should be debugged.
Some of the features of gede are:
- Color syntax highlighting for all supported languages.
- Debugging using coredump file.
- Class and function navigation.
- Variables editable during debugging.
- Thread support.
- Debugging using gdb server making it possible to debug embedded systems.
- Watches and local variable display.
- Memory display.
Gede is mainly targetting debugging C and C++ programs but also supports both Rust and FreeBasic.
Functions and classes are extracted using the external ctags program.
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