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    bidirectional Linux debugger

    I just read today about this debugger available for linux. I have not used it so it may all be hype.
    UndoDB is a debugger like no other for compiled programs. As well as the familiar next/step type commands to move the program forwards, UndoDB has commands that step your program backwards. More accurately, UndoDB allows the programmer to view the program's state at any point in the program's execution history.
    http://undo-software.com/index.html
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    All that I see is that you can trace forward AND backwards with this debugger. A very nice feature, but nothing overwhelming in my eyes...

    http://www.lambdacs.com/debugger/debugger.html

    Gives you a feeling how this works...
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