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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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TotalView, a comprehensive source code and optional memory debugging solution, is the most advanced debugger for UNIX, Linux, and Mac OS X and is the market leader in parallel programming techniques used in multi-core environments such as threads, MPI, and OpenMP written in C, C++, FORTRAN and UPC.
TotalView is an advanced 32- and 64-bit graphical debugger providing software engineers with complete control over parallel and threaded applications written in C, C++ or Fortran.
In 2047, Frank was in prison, not for pirate reading, but for possessing a debugger.
Software debuggers like the ARM RVD debugger together with VSTREAM provides a responsive graphical debug environment for processors running on verification systems.
Included is everything necessary to build and run multi-threaded applications, including: programmer's editor, compiler, graphical debugger, graphical integrated development environment, math libraries and graphics -- nothing else to buy or learn.
MULTI gives Linux kernel developers who are accustomed to debugging their code with primitive print statements and command-line gdb debuggers a full-featured, commercial solution that greatly simplifies the debug process.
For example, a programmer may invoke the two programs under separate debuggers, manually set breakpoints, run the programs, and visually compare the resulting program states.
TotalView Technologies, Natick, Mass., the world's leading provider of scalable debugging and analysis software solutions for the multi-core age, has partnered with industry-leading software reseller Programmer's Paradise to market its TotalView(r) Debugger Individual Edition and powerful new MemoryScape memory analysis and debugger product.
The models will also be integrated with ARC's MetaWare High C/C++ Tool Suite and the task-aware SeeCode debugger.
Debuggers are software programs that help software programmers locate and fix bugs during the design process.
Etnus, a supplier of debuggers for complex code, recently announced that the Etnus TotalView debugger will support Intel's 64-bit Itanium processor architecture.
Development tools such as C compilers, debuggers, RTOS and reference boards will be available to customers.