Which gdb GUI do you use?

Nathan Vidican nathan at vidican.com
Thu Mar 18 12:37:29 UTC 2010

For what it's worth - Xcode on Mac OS/X, I do probably 75% of my development
there, then just compile/build on FreeBSD. Apple's got a similarly capable
O/S and their development suite is not only stable, but free and uses GCC.
In my situation, the code works fine on both O/S as I'm not writing any
kernel level stuff or anything. The Xcode IDE is a wonderful tool though for
writing userland stuff. I guess it really depends on your project, but if
you're looking for gui debugger/development suite it's worth a try.

Nathan Vidican
nathan at vidican.com

On Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 3:15 AM, Yuri <yuri at rawbw.com> wrote:

> I know there is ddd, but it has so many bugs that it makes it barely
> usable.
> There is emacs, but I am not used to it and don't like it. It's love it or
> hate it usually for most people.
> There is some GUI called Insight, for some reason it's not in ports. I've
> built it and it looks unstable.
> Gives me an error message: thread.c:79: internal-error: inferior_thread:
> Assertion 'tp' failed. ...
> Which GUI you use?
> Yuri
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