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Gede (software)

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Developer(s)Johan Henriksson
Initial releaseDecember 11, 2014; 4 years ago (2014-12-11)
Stable release
2.12.2 / September 28, 2018; 7 months ago (2018-09-28)
Written inC++
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Operating systemCross-platform

Gede is computer software, a graphical standalone debugger for the programming languages C, C++, Rust and FreeBasic. It is a frontend for the GNU Debugger (GDB) and can run on both Linux and FreeBSD.



Users can start debugging programs with Gede either directly from the command line by typing


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.


Gede is written in C++, and uses GDB installed on the hosts computer.

See also[edit]

Others articles of the Topic Free and open-source software : Aigaion, CoinM, Cjdns, Dietbitcoin, Gumpy, Eclipse Theia, DMCMS
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