TotalView, a comprehensive source code and optional memory debugging solution, is the most advanced debugger for UNIX, Linux, and Mac OS X and is the market leader in parallel programming techniques used in multi-core environments such as threads, MPI, and OpenMP written in C, C++, FORTRAN and UPC.
What does DBX stand for?
DBX stands for Debugger for Unix
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1, 1998--ARM (NASDAQ: ARMHY)(LSE: ARM) today announced the availability of the ARM(R) Debugger for UNIX (ADU).
TotalView is the most advanced debugger for Unix, Linux, and Mac OS X and is the market leader in parallel programming techniques used in multi-core environments such as threads, MPI, and OpenMP written in C/C++, FORTRAN and UPC.