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Development environment


Son of Beastie

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Snurg You are misinterpreting what he's saying. He's not saying don't use Unix tools that have been around a long time.

Eric A. Borisch

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I am sorry guys, I have used gdb numerous times, but having a GUI (I am talking about an X-window desktop environment - xfce, kde, gnome, you name it- with windows etc, and I do not consider dozens of tiled terminals as a GUI) and being able to see locals, your watched variables, stack etc. makes life easier....
You mean like this: https://camo.githubusercontent.com/...92e696d6775722e636f6d2f486759564d444e2e706e67

I can get code completion, syntax analysis, etc. in vim, and a nice terminal-“gui” debugger in lldb, all in packages that can run on systems that don’t have an X install, like my router box.