A standalone graphical debugger for the GNOME desktop. It currently features a backend which uses the well known GNU Debugger gdb to debug C / C++ programs.
- Breakpoints are saved when you close nemiver: when you restart it on the same binary you don't have to re-set the breakpoints
- Support for debugging applications running on remote machines (using gdbserver)
- Basic stuff: breakpoint, conditional breakpoints, next, step into, you can inspect your variables etc
- Ability to change the value of a variable
- Ability to copy the content of a variable into the gtk clipboard
released on 12 August 2012
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