Enhanced DEBUG for PC DOS and MS-DOS
Enhanced DEBUG is a DOS debugger compatible with the utility found in PC DOS and MS-DOS but with many more features. Enhanced DEBUG was originally developed by Paul Vojta and was maintained by Andreas "Japheth" Grech until version 1.25.
The enhanced DEBUG package includes DEBUG.COM which is a replacement for the standard DOS DEBUG and DEBUGX.COM which can debug DPMI client programs and has more features but uses more memory. The inclusion of some features are controlled by defines in the source code. DEBUG supports assembly and disassembly of all Intel x86 instructions up to the Pentium Pro (P6). Note EMS support is disabled by default because it is not useful to typical debugging. EMS support may be enabled by defining EMSCMD to 1 and rebuilding. Enabling EMS support will increase memory usage by 1.2KB. Enhanced DEBUG runs on DOS 2.0 and later.
Despite having more features than the standard DOS DEBUG, the enhanced DEBUG.COM uses less memory (though DEBUGX.COM which has even more features uses more memory):
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