bounds checking debugger for gcc?

Lynn Tinney
Wed Mar 5 19:55:00 GMT 2003

Thanks for the help!

I'm working on a Solaris system so I tried bgcc and

I couldn't find much on bgcc - unless someone needs a link to the Burley
Griffin Canoe Club or the Big Gay Cocktail Club :-)  From the couple of
references I did find, it may be that it is still in the early stages of
development.  I'm not sure. looks like it might be of some help, although its
facilities are quite limited compared to a modern debugger.

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There is something called bgcc available on the net

-----Original Message-----
From: []On
Behalf Of P.Srihari
Sent: Wednesday, March 05, 2003 9:53 AM
To: Lynn Tinney
Subject: Re: bounds checking debugger for gcc?

if u r working in Linux OS then or libefence.a are available
and can be used for overruns of memory allocated at run-time . in
Solaris, - i don't quite remember it exactly - is available

Lynn Tinney wrote:
> Does anybody know if there is a UNIX debugger that can do bounds checking
> and works with gcc compiled C code?  Any help would be very appreciated!!

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