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debugger

Software that helps a programmer debug a program by stopping at certain breakpoints and displaying various programming elements. The programmer can step through source code statements one at a time while the corresponding machine instructions are being executed.
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Streamline's Distributed Debugging Tool (DDT) is a comprehensive graphical debugger designed for the complex tasks associated with debugging scalar, parallel and multi-threaded code.
Its first software product, the Distributed Debugging Tool (DDT), is rapidly becoming the de-facto standard for parallel debugging on clusters.
Support from Wind River's advanced on-chip debugging tools helps our customers realize the full multicore performance gains from Intel's newest dual-core processors for device software applications," said Dave Boehmer, director of platform applications engineering, Intel Storage Group.
today announced that its analog and mixed-signal circuit debugging tools have been incorporated into the design flow of Faraday Technology Corporation (TAIEX: 3035), a leading fabless ASIC vendor and silicon intellectual property (SIP) provider that annually ships more than 120 million chips worldwide.
today announced that its analog and mixed-signal circuit debugging tools have been incorporated into the integrated circuit (IC) design flow at VIA Technologies, Inc.
As PowerPC solutions continue to proliferate in the embedded market, increased access to system debugging tools is a must.
TORONTO -- Developer Zone Provides Free Access to Automated Debugging Tools and Device Knowledge
Engineers creating new platforms and software for these AMD APUs will now have detailed insight into their systems using Sage's JTAG debugging tools, without the need for target resources such as UARTs, Ethernet channels, or parallel ports.
Support for ActionScript and design, coding and debugging tools allow users to create animated content for the Web and other media.
Our cores are regularly integrated together with microprocessor cores and our licensees need powerful simulation and debugging tools to develop embedded software early and more efficiently.