Clewn 1.13

Clewn is a standalone program controlling Vim through a NetBeans interface.
Clewn is a standalone program controlling Vim through a NetBeans interface. Clewn implements full gdb support in the vim editor: breakpoints, watch variables, gdb command completion, assembly windows, etc.

This may be done in two different ways, using clewn or vimGdb. Clewn is a program controlling vim through the netBeans socket interface, it runs concurrently with vim and talks to vim. VimGdb is a vim patch implemented as a vim optional feature.

Both alternatives use the same base source code to interface with gdb. Clewn, as a standalone process, needs its own terminal. This is not the case with vimGdb, but a drawback is that a different patch must be applied to each new Vim version.

Main features:

  • display of gdb expression values in a balloon gdb `run' commands do input and output on the clewn terminal
  • support of $cdir in the gdb directory list, allowing vim to access the names of the source files compilation directories as stored with the program debugging information

last updated on:
October 14th, 2008, 9:21 GMT
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developed by:
Xavier de Gaye
homepage:
clewn.sourceforge.net
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Text Editing&Processing \ Others

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What's New in This Release:
  • Changes:
  • The clewn 'restart' command is renamed 'cl_restart'.
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