Browser-based frontend to gdb. Debug C, C++, Go, or Rust.
A modern, browser-based frontend to gdb (gnu debugger)
Add breakpoints, view stack traces, and more in C, C++, Go, and Rust! Perfect for beginners and experts. Simply run
gdbgui from the terminal and a new tab will open in your browser.
Visit gdbgui.com for documentation, screenshots, and downloads
Try Without Installing
By using pipx, you can run Python CLI programs in ephemeral one-time virtual environments.
A new tab running the latest version of gdbgui will open in your browser. Press CTRL+C to end the process, and your system will remain untouched.
You can install pipx like this:
curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/cs01/pipx/master/get-pipx.py | python3
This option relies on pipx, the Python CLI binary runner and installer. It installs Python CLI programs in isolated virtual environments.
pipx can run any Python CLI program, including gdbgui. This is the recommended installation method.
pipx install gdbgui
gdbgui at the command prompt.
To upgrade, run
pipx upgrade gdbgui
In a Virtual Environment
Alternatively, if you have already activated a virtual environment, you can install gdbgui with pip.
pip install gdbgui
Download a binary executable for your platform
or a binary executable can be downloaded from gdbgui.com.
GNU GPLv3, which means you can use it for free at work or for personal use.
To add a feature or fix a bug, see CONTRIBUTING.
gdbgui is primarily authored by Chad Smith, with help from the community. Large contributions were made by @bobthekingofegypt, who added initial autocomplete functionality for the gdb terminal.
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