nemiver 0.4.0 is available
Posted on: 06/04/2007 08:56 AM

nemiver is a standalone graphical debugger that integrates well in the GNOME desktop environment. It currently features a backend which uses the GNU debugger gdb for debugging C/C++ programs.

Where to get it?
This release is available as a source package in tar.gz format and can be downloaded from:

What's Changed?

New features

[Jonathon Jongsma]

* enable/disable breakpoints
* enable refresh of breakpoints view at will
* enable filtering of process list
* added a user manual
* set breakpoints by typing function name or file location
* added a font selection settings
* switch mouse pointer to busy cursor when gdb is running

[Dodji Seketeli]

* added a --env option as in:
nemiver --env "foo=bar foobar=baz" prog-to-debug
* handle methods overload choosing when setting
freeform breakpoints.
* allow remote processes debugging using gdbserver.

[Andreas Nilsson]

* new nemiver icons set

Bug fixes, improvements

[Jonathon Jongsma]

* #401249 Use icon list for window icon
* save and restore status pane position between sessions
* many UI related fixes an improvements

[Dodji Seketeli]

* #414334 nemiver not internationalized filename friendly
* #423846 GDBMI parsing fails in nemiver: :parse_member_variable()
* #424069 Crashed
* #417775 nemiver doesn't detect new versions of source files
* improved dynmods API
* better gdb flow control.
* many gdbmi parsing fixes
* better variables management
* better breakpoints handling
* fixed a couple of crashers
* lots of internal code refactoring


* fr [Stephane Raimbault]
* en_GB [David Lodge]
* ja [Takeshi AIHANA]


Dodji Seketeli

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