The GNU Debugger
GDB is a source-level debugger, capable of breaking programs at
any specific line, displaying variable values, and determining
where errors occurred. Currently, it works for C, C++, Fortran,
Modula 2 and Java programs. A must-have for any serious
GDB is a complex program. There is an excellent Info manual (`info gdb'),
which is available in the separate gdb-doc package. gdb-doc is not part of
Debian main; it is available in the non-free distribution (because it is
covered by the GNU Free Documentation License).
GDB's documentation is also available online. Documentation from the
most recent release branch may be found at:
README for GDB release
This is GDB, the GNU source-level debugger.
A summary of new features is in the file `gdb/NEWS'.
Check the GDB home page at http://www.gnu.org/software/gdb/ for up to
date release information, mailing list links and archives, etc.
The file `gdb/PROBLEMS' contains information on problems identified
late in the release cycle. GDB's bug tracking data base at
What has changed in GDB?
(Organized release by release)
*** Changes in Linaro GDB 7.4
* The "info proc" and "generate-core-file" commands will now also
work on remote targets connected to GDBserver on Linux.
*** Changes in GDB 7.4
* GDB now handles ambiguous linespecs more consistently; the existing
FILE:LINE support has been expanded to other types of linespecs. A
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* Added Multi-arch:
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