TotalView -- a C++ debugger.

TotalView is a powerful multi-process and multi-threaded debugger. It is easy to learn and easy to use. It suppots C++, C, Fortran (77 and 90), assembly language, and even mixed-code programs. It can handles large executables and shared libraries. Right now it is available on Irix, Solaris, Linux and OSF/1.

TotalView only works for the programs compiled with the -n32 switch on IRIX.


Documentation:

The following documention exists for TotalView (first do setup totalview ):


How to run TotalView at D0:

Here is an example of how to run TotalView .

TotalView General Instructions:

>  setup totalview 
Compiling Your Program:

Compile the program you want to debug with the appropriate switches and libraries.

For all platforms:

For SGI only: Starting Up TotalView:

To start TotalView, type the totalview command followed by the name of an executable file, for example:

% totalview my_program

The command syntax is:

% totalview [filename [corefile]]
[options]
where object_file is the name of the file you want to debug.

where is the executable file to be debugged.

See the TotalView User's Guide for a complete list of X resources and command-line options.

If You Hate to Read Documentation:

To use TotalView, all you need to know is how to use the mouse:

To "undive", click on the "^" icon in the upper, right-hand corner of the window.

If you want to know more:


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Last modified: Thu Aug 5 11:50:01 CDT 2004