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ccdebug - a graphical gdb debugger frontend

The Source Code Window

The editor that serves as a gdb frontend started as a DOS program writing directly into the screen buffer, and functionally was a mixture of AEDIT (Intel) and the Turbo-C-Editor (Borland). Over time, when it seemed useful, I added this or that feature, but never gave it a complete overhaul. So, internally, it is a mixture of C and C++, and might be improved in many ways. Nevertheless, it is stable, well tested, and has a lot of features.

This is what you need for debugging:

Alt-XExits the editor/debugger
Alt-OSwitches to the other source code window and back (filename displayed in dialog title line)
Ctl-OOpens the file dialog
F1Invokes the class browser for the active file. Press Enter to jump to selected item. Press Ctl-F to search in the list.
F1-F1Displays the member variables. Press enter to jump to declaration.
F8Switches to corresponding source code position when the cursor is on an error/warning line in a make output file.
F6Opens the file picklist
F12Opens the file picklist
F6-F6Opens a text-based file dialog
F12-F12Opens a text-based file dialog. Ctl-F (find) may be used here.
SpaceCopies selection to clipboard.
ESCDisplays filename, current line number, and vertical position in percent.
ESC-LJump to specified line (press ESC to get to know the current line number)
Ctl-FFind text in file. F3 (or Ctl-L ): Repeat
Ctl-ZUndo
Ctl-JRedo
ESC-#Reverses colors (black background)
ESC-S-BDisplay text in bold/normal
ESC-*Increases font pointsize
ESC-/Decreases font pointsize
ESC-+Cycles through a list of 11 predefined fonts (index displayed in title line)


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