4.3.6. Alternative User Interfaces for GDB

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GDB uses the command line as its default interface. However, it also has an API called machine interface (MI). MI allows IDE developers to create other user interfaces to GDB.
Some examples of these interfaces are:
Eclipse (CDT)
A graphical debugger interface integrated with the Eclipse development environment. More information can be found at the Eclipse website.
A graphical debugger interface which is well suited to the GNOME Desktop Environment. More information can be found at the Nemiver website
A GDB interface which is integrated with the emacs. More information can be found at the Emacs website
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