GNU Data Display Debugger Alternatives
Nemiver is a standalone graphical C and C++ debugger that integrates in the GNOME desktop environment. It currently features a backend which uses the well known GNU Debugger (gdb).
- - Nemiver is the most popular Linux alternative to GNU Data Display Debugger.
- - Nemiver is the most popular Open Source & free alternative to GNU Data Display Debugger.
VisualGDB is Microsoft Visual Studio add-in that integrates GCC and GDB into Visual Studio. It supports embedded firmware, Linux applications, native Android code and many more.
- - VisualGDB is the most popular Windows alternative to GNU Data Display Debugger.
- - VisualGDB is the most popular commercial alternative to GNU Data Display Debugger.
Debugging with GNU Project Debugger under Visual Studio. WinGDB is an extension for Visual Studio allowing to develop programs with GNU tools.
Affinic Debugger GUI .aka. ADG, is designed as a graphical user interface for various debuggers. With the graphical windows, ADG can unleash the full power of debuggers by viewing multiple types of information within one view and maneuvering debuggers with easily clicking.
- - Affinic Debugger GUI is the most popular Mac alternative to GNU Data Display Debugger.
gdbgui is a browser-based front-end to gdb, the gnu debugger. You can add breakpoints, view stack traces, and more in C, C++, Go, and Rust! It's perfect for beginners and experts. Simply run gdbgui from the terminal to start the gdbgui server, and a new tab will open in your...
Insight is a version of GNU Project Debugger that uses Tcl/Tk to implement a graphical user inter-face. It is a fully integrated GUI, not a separate front-end program.Discontinued
The project is no longer developed. Last version, 6.8-1, released in July 2009, can be still downloaded from the official website