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Using Anjuta 1.2.4a on a newly installed openSUSE 10.1 system (fully updated).
I modified Anjuta's basic "Hello World" terminal program to see if I could examine local vars and set watches. Call stack and breakpoints seem to work, but local variables don't.
Is this a known bug? Is there a better C++ IDE available that I could be using? Some update I'm missing?
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You can try Eclipse (http://www.eclipse.org
), natively it's a Java IDE but it's more of a framework so you can get the CDT plugin (http://www.eclipse.org/cdt/
) and use it for C++.
The GUI integrates with GDB so debugging is easy
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