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Re: Debugging Tools?

From: Geraint Paul Bevan
Subject: Re: Debugging Tools?
Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2003 16:56:13 +0100
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address@hidden wrote:
| I have been working on several programs that use a combination of .m
and .oct files - the majority of the work being done in the
| .oct files.  Do any tools exist that would help me to debug my code?
I have frequently run into seg. fault problems, and tracking
| down these errors through cout/printf statements has been quite time
consuming.  Any other debugging methods or available
| tools would be greatly appreciated.
| My work has been done using Octave version 2.1.49 (i686-pc-cygwin).
| If the debugging method includes involved use of cygwin/unix, I would
appreciate a more detailed description as
| my unix skills are quite lacking.
| Thanks!
| -David Tsou

There was a useful set of instructions posted to this list a couple of
years ago for debugging .oct files with gdb:

There are a few other posts that may be useful in the archive, try
searching for "debugging" or "gdb".

- --
Geraint Bevan

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