Standalone graphical debugger for GNOME
Nemiver is a project to write a standalone graphical debugger that
integrates in the GNOME desktop. It features a backend which uses
the well known GNU Debugger gdb to debug C/C++ programs.
Nemiver is built with a plugin system that can offer several different
perspectives. Currently the only perspective provided is a debugging
perspective, but it could be expanded with perspectives added for
valgrind, or for profiling tools such as oprofile.
Nemiver is a project to write a standalone graphical debugger that integrates
well in the GNOME desktop environment.
It currently features a backend which uses the well known GNU Debugger gdb.
- In addition to the toolbar buttons, you can toggle breakpoints simply by
clicking in the margin on the line you want to break on.
- Hovering over a variable name for longer
Updated Spanish translation
664463 - cannot debug the same software twice
665498 - Assertion failure on program launch
667723 - can't load core dump
670464 - Make breakpoint ignore count persistent
Add a --load-core command line switch
Better default directory in core loading dialog
nemiver - graphical debugger for GNOME
nemiver [options] [<prog-to-debug> [prog-args]]
This manual page documents briefly the nemiver command.
nemiver is a standalone graphical debugger that integrates
well in the GNOME desktop environment. It currently featur
nemiver (0.9.2-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream version
-- Luca Bruno <firstname.lastname@example.org>
2012-03-19 Fabien Parent <email@example.com>
672409 - activate correct views in static layouts
This is a random short term todo list. Items written here are subject to discussion.
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