GNU Debugger adds D language support
The GNU Project Debugger release team has published the second point update to version 7.0 of its standard debugger for the GNU software system. The GDB debugger supports a wide variety of programming languages, including Ada, C, C++, Objective-C, FreePascal and Fortran, and, in the new release, adds support for the D programming language.
GNU Debugger 7.2 also includes several enhancements to C++ support, such as Argument Dependent Lookup (ADL), handling for static const class members and improved user defined operator support. Other changes include better Python debugging support and ARM Symbian support and improved tracepoint support. There are also updates for GDBserver, with full tracepoint support and 64-bit debugging on x86-64 Windows systems
More details about the release can be found in the official release announcement and in the NEWS file. Version 7.2 of the GNU Project Debugger is available to download from the project's site and documentation is provided. The GNU Debugger is released under version 3 of the GNU General Public License (GPLv3).
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