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Interactive PHP shell Create an interactive environment to debug php line by line. It enables you to execute php code as if it were a command line in a similar setting to bash and psh (perl shell).
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cingb is an ATTEMPT to write a Gameboy-emulator for all kinds of platforms. It plays Gameboy and Gameboy Color ROMs, includes a debugger for step-by-step analysis of Gameboy programs and might be also interesting for educational purposes.6 weekly downloads
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A BSD licensed debugger intended for inclusion in FreeBSD at first and possibly other BSD variants in the future as well. It's designed to be a replacement of the GNU debugger there.
[from port's pkg-descr] "pstack" is a workalike for the Solaris program of the same name. Running pstack on a process or core file produces a stack trace of each thread in that process.
IPGDB is a collection of extensions to GDB and FreeBSD-4.3 to allow two-machine kernel debugging over UDP. It acts much like two-machine kernel debugging over serial ports.