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 ALD - Assembly Language Debugger - where?
 This Linux tool used to be available (apparently) at
 www.ellipse.magenet.com/ald.html but this link is now
 broken. Does anyone have a (recent) copy of ALD or
 knows of a new URL that works?
 TIA.
 dan

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 Mon, 21 Jul 2003 06:18:00 GMT   
 ALD - Assembly Language Debugger - where?
    Never heard of this one. However, have you tried with
gdb? If you do display/i $pc and use the nexti and stepi
commands you can step through your code over individual
assembly language instructions.


 Mon, 21 Jul 2003 07:08:26 GMT   
 ALD - Assembly Language Debugger - where?
This Linux tool used to be available (apparently) at
www.ellipse.magenet.com/ald.html but this link is now
broken. Does anyone have a (recent) copy of ALD or
knows of a new URL that works?
TIA.
 dan

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 Tue, 22 Jul 2003 05:10:39 GMT   
 ALD - Assembly Language Debugger - where?
Yep. Thanks a lot. gdb is great, but the ALD is (supossed to
be) an integrated disassembler + de{*filter*}. The tools that I
have seen so far are either a disassembler or a de{*filter*}
(i.e. gdb), with hopes for a reasonable GUI. The ldasm
is almost there, but falls short of being a de{*filter*}.
Thanks a lot, again.
-dan

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 Tue, 22 Jul 2003 08:24:10 GMT   
 ALD - Assembly Language Debugger - where?

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There is a GUI interface to GDB. See www.gnu.org for DDD.

Tauno Voipio
tauno voipio @ iki fi



 Tue, 22 Jul 2003 16:13:16 GMT   
 ALD - Assembly Language Debugger - where?
Thanks, will try that too. It is only a de{*filter*} with
GUI, not a disassembler though.
-dan
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 Wed, 23 Jul 2003 10:01:09 GMT   
 ALD - Assembly Language Debugger - where?

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At least my GDB can disassemble. See GDB manual for disasm.

Tauno Voipio
tauno voipio @ iki fi



 Wed, 23 Jul 2003 17:28:40 GMT   
 ALD - Assembly Language Debugger - where?

    It's not clear to me at this point what you are expecting.
Like I said, with gdb I can step through my code one line
of assembly language code at a time, seeing the symbolic
opcodes at each step. I can also disassemble any portion
of code I choose to.

    I don't use myself any GUI when running gdb, since I
notice I can do things faster using the command line.
However, GUIs are available, if that's your preference.

    Could you describe what ALD is supposed to that gdb
doesn't? I am not challenging you here, I am just curious.
If ALD is that good, I want one ;-)



 Fri, 25 Jul 2003 23:28:19 GMT   
 
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