September 2nd, 2004, 11:47 AM #1
I'd really like to use GDB (GNU debugger), I've downloaded it from the website etc, but can't seem to find any way of installing it, there doesn't seem to be a file to do that. I have a feeling it's not the kind of program you install in that way, as obviously you're expected to know a lot about computers to use it, but well I don't! So would anyone please enlighten me? I'd be very grateful.
September 2nd, 2004, 10:58 PM #2
Hi. Assuming you're using OS X, gdb/gcc should be available on the Developer Tools CD. Just install it that way, as Developer Tools (or whatever its called these days) installs other stuff like C include files and things necessary for compiling and debugging a program. BTW, if you are in need of gdb, I'm assuming you already have gcc/g++ or some sort of compiler. If you have those, you probably already have a gdb installed on your system. Just type 'gdb' in the command prompt and remember to compile programs with the -g option to enable them to be debugged.