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Old 01-20-2014, 23:53
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Originally Posted by |roe View Post
May I please ask how a debugger on Linux that doesn't support 64-bit ELF's is "far superior" [sic] to GDB?

Philosophy of *NIX is to use the CLI and stop messing around with GUI stuff which I really want to express my inclination towards gdb.

If you tell me that it supports DWARF then all I can say is that objdump also supports DWARF standard.

What is that LLDB has and GDB doesn't that makes it so superior? I will remain grateful if you tell me, maybe I don't know something so it'll be useful for me (and also maybe to others).
I only use LLDB on OSX and that supports x64, so I assumed it supported it on Linux. It has a python scripting interface and is more user friendly.
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