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Old 07-24-2001, 04:10 PM   #1
Laury Yang
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Question Debugging and run time error checking tools for C/C++ on Linux


I am working for an optical network company ( Sycamore Networks). We are using LINUX for the control card programming
of our network equipment. The programming language is
C/C++ with a GNU compiler. We are looking for debugging tools
and run time error/memory leak checking tools for LINUX operating system. Can UNIX tools, such as dbx and Purify, be
used on a LINUX machine? If yes, how to get them? If not,
any other tools are available?
 
Old 07-24-2001, 05:10 PM   #2
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pretty much anything that can be used on a UNIX can be used on linux, provided you have the source code. if dbx and purify are open source, then they most likely will work on linux.

just offhand tho, i know that there's a package on unix called 'lint' that checks for memory leaks. i think the linux variant is called 'lclint'.

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