This publication documents the ProDev WorkShop Debugger, released with the ProDev WorkShop tools running on IRIX systems.
The WorkShop Debugger is a source-level debugging tool that allows you to see program data, monitor program execution, and fix code for Ada (1.4.2 and older versions), C, C++, Fortran 77, and Fortran 90 programs.
This manual is part of a two-document set that describes the Debugger. This book serves as a reference guide to the Debugger features and the Debugger command line options. The other book in the set, the ProDev WorkShop: Debugger User's Guide contains user tutorials and other information about using the Debugger. All SGI documentation is available online at the following URL:
This book contains the following chapters:
Chapter 1, “Main View Window”, describes the menus on the Main View Window.
Chapter 2, “Additional Views in the Debugger”, describes other views that are available from the Debugger, such as the Execution View, Multiprocess View, and Source View.
Chapter 3, “Ada-specific Windows”, describes the Task View and the Exception View windows.
Chapter 4, “X/Motif Analyzer Windows”, describes the X/Motif Analyzer windows.
Chapter 5, “Managing Traps”, describes the Trap Manager windows and their usage.
Chapter 6, “Data Examination Windows”, describes the windows used to examine the data used in your programs.
Chapter 7, “Machine-level Debugging Windows”, describes the windows used for machine-level debugging.
Chapter 8, “Fix+Continue Windows”, describes the windows used for the Fix+Continue utility.
Chapter 9, “Debugger Command Line”, describes the options used with the Debugger on the command line.
Chapter 10, “Blocking Kernel System Calls”, describes syscalls that block continued pthreads.
The following documents contain additional information that may be helpful:
C Language Reference Manual
C++ Programmer's Guide
MIPSpro C and C++ Pragmas
ProDev Workshop: Performance Analyzer User's Guide
ProDev WorkShop: Debugger User's Guide
ProDev WorkShop: Overview
ProDev Workshop: Static Analyzer User's Guide
MIPSpro Fortran 77 Language Reference Manual
MIPSpro Fortran 77 Programmer's Guide
MIPSpro Fortran Language Reference Manual, Volume 1
MIPSpro Fortran Language Reference Manual, Volume 2
MIPSpro Fortran Language Reference Manual, Volume 3
MIPSpro Fortran 90 Commands and Directives Reference Manual
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