Template:Debugger Backend List

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GNU Debugger (gdb)
The first debugger that was supplied with Lazarus. This debugger uses GDB as backend. The IDE performs translations between gdb's none Pascal-ish interface and the interface provided by the IDE. Package: LazDebuggerGdbmi
GNU Debugger through SSH (gdb)
Allows to launch GDB over an ssh connection for remote debugging. This has however some serious limitations. Package: LazDebuggerGdbmi
GNU remote debugger (gdbserver)
Remote debugger using GdbServer (part of the gdb suite). Package: LazDebuggerGdbmi
LLDB Debugger (Alpha)
A basic LLDB based backend. This is a prove of concept implementation. The IDE displays raw LLDB output (no translation, no clean-up...) and there are no plans to add translation of the LLDB output. For using LLDB on Pascal applications the "LLDB Debugger (with fpdebug)" should be used. Package: LazDebuggerLldb
LLDB Debugger (with fpdebug)
This debugger uses LLDB as a backend. In order to display Pascal-style results, it uses the "fpdebug" engine to show locals/watches. LLDB is used to control stepping, breakpoint and execution. For reading data LLDB is used to read the raw memory only. Package: LazDebuggerFPLldb
GNU Debugger (with fpdebug)
Using GDB for stepping/breakpoints/... and FpDebug for watches. Package: LazDebuggerFPGdbmi
FpDebug / LazDebuggerFp - integrated Dwarf debugger
A new debugger completely implemented in Pascal. This debugger implements the Dwarf standard (currently 2 and 3 are partly implemented). It has special implementations added to interpret info provided by FPC. It can currently be used on Windows and Linux (very basic support for MacOS). Package: LazDebuggerFP