Re: Data breakpoints in debuggers (Tommy Thorn)
Mon, 5 Dec 1994 21:36:22 GMT

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From: (Tommy Thorn)
Keywords: debug
Organization: IRISA, Campus de Beaulieu, 35042 Rennes Cedex, FRANCE
References: 94-12-027
Date: Mon, 5 Dec 1994 21:36:22 GMT

Paul Roberts writes:
| 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!

The SuperTrace debugger for the NasCom II (a Z80 based machine) ~82
supported general expression break points. It would compile the break
expressions. It used single stepping.

Microsoft C (for Messy-Dos) in ~87 came with a debugger called
CodeView, quite good for the time. It supported data breakpoints, on
specific locations. It used single stepping.
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