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Re: [vox-tech] just learned something about gdb
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Re: [vox-tech] just learned something about gdb

RH 7.1.  I'll have to see if there's a more recent version of gdb for 
RH.  Sounds like it could be a very cool thing, though.


Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> in gdb --version "GNU gdb 2002-04-01-cvs", the -tui option gives an
> ncurses interface, similar to ddd.  but better.  it's simple, clean and
> works on a nice big console.
> this is the gdb that's packaged with sarge.  which linux distro are you
> running?
> this is _totally_ cool.
> pet
> begin Matt Holland <mdholland@ucdavis.edu> 
>>[holland@six src]$ gdb -tui mycode.c
>>gdb: unrecognized option `-tui'
>>Use `gdb --help' for a complete list of options.
>>Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
>>>run (don't walk) to your nearest source code and try out:
>>>  gdb -tui mycode
>>>pretty cool, eh?  i never saw this before, but i plan on using it alot.
>>>i just learned about "colorgcc" too.   will the good stuff ever cease?!?
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