Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 89523
There is a version of ddd that compiles with modern tools and has bash debugging
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:53:16 EDT
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Description of problem:
This is not really a bug per se. I noticed Yellowdog has a version of ddd that
uses either old source or is heavily patched. Daniel Schepler and I have made
extensive changes to DDD to get this to compile under modern tools (flex, g++,
autotools). It also has bash debugging support.
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I meant to write RedHat rather than Yellowdog above.
it would be great if you send the changes
File releases are at
scroll down for DDD. CVS access info is at
the module name is ddd.
There is a new ddd maintainer (The old one hasn't done anything in 2 years) and
got word that everything here will be merged into older ddd without change. When
that's done, I'll remove the above. Got word on this a week ago, but no one as
yet has done any work. Also I understand from Daniel Schelper that CVS listed
abouve has a couple more changes that are not in the 3.3.5 release.
Is ddd-3.3.5 the stable release version? I don't have seen any announce to 3.3.5
on Ddd mailing list!
As i know, 3.3.1 is the latest stable release since 2 years, and Andreas Zeller
does not have time to maintain ddd anymore.
Do you know who is the current ddd maintainer?
there is 3.3.5 in rawhide now.