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arafel



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arafel
All those ald, edb, etc. are very basic and limited debuggers...
If you want something that resembles OllyDbg, the already mentioned GDB with DDD front-end is the best shot imo. Very rich feature set and good functionality.
And it takes exactly four mouse clicks to configure it for assembly level output Smile


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Post 14 Feb 2007, 19:40
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vid
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anything for console?
Post 14 Feb 2007, 21:35
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Tommy



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gdb
Post 14 Feb 2007, 21:45
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vid
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anything USABLE for console?
Post 15 Feb 2007, 09:24
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quasar



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[quote="vid"]anything USABLE for console?[/quote]
Have you something against gdb?

try this:

gdb /bin/tr
lay asm
lay regs
Post 15 Feb 2007, 09:52
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Have you something against gdb?

yes,i tried to use it, and couldn't get used to it at all. I did even try GDBTUI, but still. But I haven't played with it enough to really judge.

my ideal console debugger would be TurboDebugger-like, and great commandline debugger is FDBG.
Post 15 Feb 2007, 11:52
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MCD



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vid wrote:
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Have you something against gdb?

yes,i tried to use it, and couldn't get used to it at all. I did even try GDBTUI, but still. But I haven't played with it enough to really judge.

my ideal console debugger would be TurboDebugger-like, and great commandline debugger is FDBG.

The same applies to me, at least for the raw GDB without UIs.
I liked Turbo Debugger also a lot, except that it also lacked a few good features and some versions of it contained strange bugs.
Post 15 Feb 2007, 16:28
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stanks



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linice
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Tiny Debugger (tdbr - "teddy bear") by Peter Lund http://www.diku.dk/hjemmesider/studerende/firefly/tdbr.html
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