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Re: DDD 3.3.5 success
One way to help all those people and minimize the number of such queries
is to contribute DDD as a Cygwin package and volunteer to maintain it, so
that it can be installed using Cygwin setup. See the Package
Contributor's Guide at <http://cygwin.com/setup.html> for information on
how to become a package maintainer -- it's easier than most people
On Wed, 3 Sep 2003, james wrote:
> i acknowledge you're right. i didn't know it until you mentioned insight
> when i asked about ddd. but ddd is not only a popular graphical
> front-end debugger, it's become the debugger of choice for many people,
> which is -- i daresay -- why the subject keeps coming up.
> Christopher Faylor wrote:
> >On Wed, Sep 03, 2003 at 10:34:24AM -0500, james wrote:
> >>>The typical response to ddd problems is "Why not just use 'insight'?"
> >>that's kind of like saying, "why not just use windows?" i think it's fairly
> >>obvious that users would like to have the choice.
> >Most of the time when people ask this question they don't even
> >know that a graphical debugger comes with the gdb distribution.
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