C++ Debugging Support Library
Libcwd is a full-featured, professional, well-documented library
to support C++ developers with debugging their applications.
It includes support for ostream-based debug output, custom debug
channels and devices, powerful memory allocation debugging,
run-time sourcefile:linenumber information, and demangled type
names of variables.
Note to the developers
The stability of libcwd depends on feedback I receive.
Because of the way libcwd works and is tested before releases,
it is very likely that libcwd either works OR core dumps
even before it reaches main. If you are trying libcwd for
the first time and it doesn't work for you (even the simplest
application crashes) then please CONTACT ME! It doesn't
A warning for those who want to use PCH (pre compiled headers):
g++ does NOT take the "current directory" from which the
compiler was started into account. This means that if you use
a PCH that includes a header file (such as #include "debug.h",
or "sys.h"!) which might change depending on the directory
you are in, then g++ might re-use an old PCH while it shouldn't.
The most likely result of thi
If you checked out this directory with svn (see below for instructions), then
you will need to execute:
You only need to do this once.
After that please read INSTALL.
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In order to debug a threaded application, you need
to link with -lcwd_r instead of -lcwd.
Fixed problems that stopped libcwd from working on sparc64.
Thanks to Dennis Gilmore
libcwd (1.0.2-1) unstable; urgency=low
* Bumped version number because of a microscopic change in
This package was debianized by Carlo Wood <email@example.com> on
Sat, 19 Jan 2008 02:13:27 +0100.
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