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rr - Record and Replay Framework


rr is a lightweight tool for recording and replaying execution of applications (trees of processes and threads). More information about the project, including instructions on how to install, run, and build rr, is at http://rr-project.org. The best technical overview is currently the paper Engineering Record And Replay For Deployability: Extended Technical Report.Or go directly to the installation and building instructions.

Delve - Debugger for the Go programming language.


Delve is a debugger for the Go programming language. The goal of the project is to provide a simple, full featured debugging tool for Go. Delve should be easy to invoke and easy to use. Chances are if you're using a debugger, things aren't going your way. With that in mind, Delve should stay out of your way as much as possible.

vscode-chrome-debug - Debug your JavaScript code running in Google Chrome from VS Code.


Debug your JavaScript code in the Chrome browser, or any other target that supports the Chrome Debugger protocol.

Valgrind


Valgrind is an award-winning instrumentation framework for building dynamic analysis tools. There are Valgrind tools that can automatically detect many memory management and threading bugs, and profile your programs in detail. You can also use Valgrind to build new tools.




NetBeans


An IDE to create professional desktop, enterprise, web, and mobile applications with the Java language, as well as C/C++, PHP, JavaScript, Groovy, and Ruby.

debug - A tiny JavaScript debugging utility modelled after Node


A tiny JavaScript debugging utility modelled after Node.js core's debugging technique. Works in Node.js and web browsers.debug exposes a function; simply pass this function the name of your module, and it will return a decorated version of console.error for you to pass debug statements to. This will allow you to toggle the debug output for different parts of your module as well as the module as a whole.

gdbgui - Browser-based frontend to gdb (gnu debugger)


A modern, browser-based frontend to gdb (gnu debugger). Add breakpoints, view stack traces, and more in C, C++, Go, and Rust! Simply run gdbgui from the terminal and a new tab will open in your browser. gdbgui is easy to get started with yet supports scripting, and has terminal access while keeping the user interface in lock step with the underlying gdb process.

dnSpy - .NET debugger and assembly editor


dnSpy is a debugger and .NET assembly editor. You can use it to edit and debug assemblies even if you don't have any source code available.The following pictures show dnSpy in action. It shows dnSpy editing and debugging a .NET EXE file, not source code.


node-inspector - Node.js debugger based on Blink Developer Tools


Node Inspector is a debugger interface for Node.js applications that uses the Blink Developer Tools (formerly WebKit Web Inspector).Since version 6.3, Node.js provides a built-in DevTools-based debugger which mostly deprecates Node Inspector, see e.g. this blog post to get started. The built-in debugger is developed directly by the V8/Chromium team and provides certain advanced features (e.g. long/async stack traces) that are too difficult to implement in Node Inspector.

Livepython - Visually trace Python code in real-time.


Livepython is a desktop app that lets you visually trace, in real-time, the execution of a Python program. In addition, it can track changes in global and local variables as your program is running. Livepython is meant to give you a quick grasp of a program's execution flow. It's less messy than sprinkling print statements throughout your code and simpler to use than debuggers/profilers.

pry-byebug - Step-by-step debugging and stack navigation in Pry


Adds step-by-step debugging and stack navigation capabilities to pry using byebug.To use, invoke pry normally. No need to start your script or app differently. Execution will stop in the first statement after your binding.pry.

Byebug - Debugging in Ruby 2


Byebug is a simple to use, feature rich debugger for Ruby. It uses the TracePoint API for execution control and the Debug Inspector API for call stack navigation, so it doesn't depend on internal core sources. It's developed as a C extension, so it's fast. And it has a full test suite so it's reliable.

ZeroBraneStudio - Lightweight Lua-based IDE for Lua with code completion, syntax highlighting, live coding, remote debugger, and code analyzer; supports Lua 5


ZeroBrane Studio is a lightweight cross-platform Lua IDE with code completion, syntax highlighting, remote debugger, code analyzer, live coding, and debugging support for various Lua engines (Lua 5.1, Lua 5.2, Lua 5.3, LuaJIT, LÖVE, Moai, Gideros, Corona, Marmalade Quick, Cocos2d-x, OpenResty/Nginx, Torch7, Redis, GSL-shell, Adobe Lightroom, Lapis, Moonscript, and others). No compilation is needed for any of the installation options, although the scripts to compile required libraries for all supported platforms are available in the build/ directory.

deb.js - Minimalistic JavaScript library for debugging in the browser


Add deb.min.js at the top of your page. Before every other script file. Add .deb() After the definition of your functions.

ipdb - Integration of IPython pdb


ipdb exports functions to access the IPython debugger, which features tab completion, syntax highlighting, better tracebacks, better introspection with the same interface as the pdb module. The post-mortem function, ipdb.pm(), is equivalent to the magic function %debug.

node-webkit-agent - NodeJS agent for WebKit devtools front-end


This module is an implementation of Chrome developer tools protocol. It is still pretty much a work in progress and only heap and CPU profilers are working right now. Help is wanted to finish implementing debugger, networking and console agents as well as a implementing from scratch a flamegraphs agent. This module allows you to debug and profile remotely your nodejs applications leveraging the following features by re-using the built-in devtools front-end that comes with any webkit-based browsers such as Chrome or Safari.

gdb-dashboard - Modular visual interface for GDB in Python


Modular visual interface for GDB in Python. This comes as a standalone single-file .gdbinit which, among the other things, enables a configurable dashboard showing the most relevant information during the program execution. Its main goal is to reduce the number of GDB commands issued to inspect the current program status allowing the programmer to focus on the control flow instead.

birdseye - Quick, convenient, expression-centric, graphical Python debugger using the AST


Expand concrete data structures and objects to see their contents. Lengths and depths are limited to avoid an overload of data.

devtools-frontend - The Chrome DevTools UI


The client-side of the Chrome DevTools, including all JS & CSS to run the DevTools webapp. It is available on NPM as the chrome-devtools-frontend package. It's not currently available via CJS or ES2015 modules, so consuming this package in other tools may require some effort.