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A good multi-platform debugger


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I've been looking for a new debugger for a while now. My previous debugger of choice for Windows was OllyDbg, which is the very first debugger I started with, but it's so outdated, and when I hop OS's (non-windows) it is not compatible. In Linux I tend to just use gdb, but its more designed for the command line, and it's nice to be able to look at the disassembled code, registers and stack all at the same time; imo it makes it easier to see whats going on. The debugger that looks most promising (to me) is IDA Pro, its available in multiple architectures, and i think it can even debug remotely to android devices. but its not foss, which is a bit of a let down. IDA Pro seem to ultimately be the way to go, but I was wondering if anyone knew of any open source alternatives to a multi-platform debugger?

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