This publication documents the ProDev WorkShop Debugger, released with the 3.0 version of 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 contains the following chapters:
Chapter 1, “WorkShop Debugger Overview”, gives you an introductory functional overview of the ProDev WorkShop Debugger.
Chapter 2, “Basic Debugger Usage”, outlines principles and procedures of the debugging process and how to approach them using the WorkShop Debugger.
Chapter 3, “Selecting Source Files”, describes how to manage source files.
Chapter 4, “Tutorial: The jello Program”, presents a short Debugger tutorial based on demonstration programs provided with your WorkShop tools.
Chapter 5, “Setting Traps (Breakpoints)”, describes how to set various types of traps.
Chapter 6, “Controlling Program Execution”, describes methods for controlling process execution.
Chapter 7, “Viewing Program Data”, explains how to examine Debugger data.
Chapter 8, “Debugging with Fix+Continue”, presents a short tutorial using Fix and Continue.
Chapter 9, “Detecting Heap Corruption”, describes heap corruption problems and how to detect them.
Chapter 10, “Multiple Process Debugging”, describes debugging multiprocess programs.
Chapter 11, “X/Motif Analyzer”, presents a short tutorial using the X/Motif Analyzer.
Chapter 12, “Customizing the Debugger”, gives you tips on how you can customize the Debugger to the requirements of your working environment.
Appendix A, “Using the Build Manager”, describes the use of the Build Manager.
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: 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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