[LC++]Line by Line debug in Linux.
mahdavi110 at gmail.com
Tue Oct 5 18:22:01 UTC 2004
thank you for your guides.
I will try to use a real linux instead of Cygwin.
On Tue, 5 Oct 2004 11:15:30 +0530, Sarvex Jatasra <sarvex at acmet.com> wrote:
> If you are looking for an IDE in linux (similar to Visual Studio) then
> try "Ajunta" or "KDevelop" they are really good IDEs and also support
> debugging. If you like the good old days, try Xemacs it is a really nice
> editor and also a front-end for gdb (GnuDeBugger).
> As for Cygwin, it depends upon the installation, if you have downloaded
> all the packages, you will be able to run Xemacs in through XCygwin.
> And a honest suggestion, if you want to migrate to linux.... get the
> system running linux... and not cygwin
> With Regards
> Sarvex Jatasra
> Software Engineer
> Acme Technologies
> -> -----Original Message-----
> -> From: tuxcpprogramming-admin at lists.linux.org.au
> -> admin at lists.linux.org.au] On Behalf Of mojtaba mahdavi
> -> Sent: Saturday, October 02, 2004 12:17 PM
> -> To: tuxcpprogramming at lists.linux.org.au
> -> Subject: [LC++]Line by Line debug in linux.
> -> Hi. All.
> -> As I told before I am ( want not to be ) a windows programmer (not
> -> expert).
> -> There (in windows) I could debug my program line by line and watch
> -> execution of my program line by line and could see variables and
> -> more...
> -> 1- Now how can I use same approach in Linux. ( Is there any tutorials
> -> web? )
> -> 2- Should I use some more option when compile my codes ??
> -> Now I am using cygwin since I am in a migration cycle for my project
> -> Sincerely all Linux programmers
> -> mahdavi.
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