This manual explains how to use pdbx on the SUPER-UX operating system.
pdbx allows user programs operating on SUPER-UX to be debugged by specifying variable names and line numbers described in
the debug source program. pdbx supports the following program languages:
This manual consists of the following chapters and appendix:
- Chapter 1, Overview, outlines pdbx functions.
- Chapter 2, Activation and Termination of pdbx, describes how to activate and terminate pdbx.
- Chapter 3, Debugging Command Description, describes
- Chapter 4, Symbols, describes the symbols handled by
- Chapter 5, Debugging the Parallel Processing Program, describes how to debug parallel processing programs using pdbx.
- Chapter 6, Debugging Fortran90 Programs, explains how to debug Fortran90 programs.
- Chapter 7, Debugging C++ Programs, explains how to debug C++ programs.
- Chapter 8, Debugging int64 Mode Programs, describes how to debug
- Chapter 9, Additional Functions, describes other special functions.
- Chapter 10, Precautions, describes the precautions to observe while using
- Appendix A, Debugging Commands, lists debugging commands.
The following conventions are used throughout this document.
- Options (p, n, etc.), programs, function names, reserved words
(#define, if, while,
goto, etc.), arguments, and keywords appear in boldface type.
- Variable information is printed in italics. For example, to enter the command string:
filename is variable information.
- File names and directories are shown as standard text.
This document corresponds to SUPER-UX Release 8.2 or later and describes the function of the following
MAJOR CHANGES IN THIS RELEASE
The following table lists the major changes in upgrading from Release 8.1 to 8.2.
The deleted portions are indicated by the number of the chapter, section, or
subsection of the previous version.