|Data breakpoints in debuggers firstname.lastname@example.org (1994-12-01)|
|Re: Data breakpoints in debuggers Tommy.Thorn@irisa.fr (1994-12-05)|
|From:||email@example.com (Paul Roberts)|
|Organization:||Center for Software Science, University of Utah|
|Date:||Thu, 1 Dec 1994 23:37:06 GMT|
I am finishing my thesis in which I made significant improvements to
"watchpoints" in GDB. Watchpoints are "data breakpoints": memory
locations that when changed cause the program to stop and give control to
As part of the research I need to compare with other debuggers. If you
know of other debuggers that implement watchpoints, please let me know.
In any case, if you know the debugger or can cite a reference for the
debugger on these OS's, please respond. Thanks!
Various Unices MVS TOPS-10 RT-11 MPE
PRIMOS VMS ITS EXEC-8 Apollo's Aegis
AOS TOPS-20/Tenex RSX Multics Amoeba
Perq Other operating systems we can't think of
Specifically I would like to know:
1. Does the debugger provide data breakpoints?
2. If it does, must you watch specific memory locations or can you
watch an arbitrary expression?
3. How is it implemented: single stepping, virtual memory, monitor
registers, code patching, other?
firstname.lastname@example.org Paul Roberts
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