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Debugging programs made with MinGW

David Gressett-6
What is the best, most user-friendly way to debug programs written with the MinGW compilers? the command-line gdb works, but it is a pain to use; are there any good, up-to-date gui wrappers for GDB?  

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Re: Debugging programs made with MinGW

Eli Zaretskii
> From: David Gressett <[hidden email]>
> Date: Thu, 7 Jul 2016 17:13:29 -0500
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> What is the best, most user-friendly way to debug programs written with the MinGW compilers? the command-line gdb works, but it is a pain to use; are there any good, up-to-date gui wrappers for GDB?  

Emacs includes one such front-end.

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Re: Debugging programs made with MinGW

Peter Rockett
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On 07/07/16 23:13, David Gressett wrote:
> What is the best, most user-friendly way to debug programs written with the MinGW compilers? the command-line gdb works, but it is a pain to use; are there any good, up-to-date gui wrappers for GDB?

A number of IDEs have good interfaces to gdb. Have a look at CodeBlocks,
CodeLite, or Eclipse. Anjuta may also serve. There are probably many others.

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Re: Debugging programs made with MinGW

David Macek
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On 8. 7. 2016 0:13, David Gressett wrote:
> What is the best, most user-friendly way to debug programs written with the MinGW compilers? the command-line gdb works, but it is a pain to use; are there any good, up-to-date gui wrappers for GDB?  

More suggestions:

- GDB TUI mode
- CGDB
- QtCreator

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