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Thursday, 18 November 2010


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Going on two year back, I got the LPCXpresso software to work under Debian-stable (Lenny, at the time). More recently, I'd installed the latest version (4.2.3) on the new workstation, which is running -testing (Wheezy, which, as I've noted before, tend... [Read More]


ddd, Data Dispaly Debugger. A standalone GUI that works with gdb.

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