Nemiver release 0.6.4 now available


This new version of the graphical debugger for GNOME is mostly about bugs killing. It's intended to be solid enough for packagers to consider replacing the 0.6.3 with it.

Should you face a bug or feel the need for a new feature, please consider filling a bug at .

What is Nemiver?
Nemiver is a standalone graphical debugger that integrates well in the GNOME desktop environment. It currently features a backend which uses the GNU debugger gdb for debugging C/C++ programs.

Where to get it?
This release is available as a source package in tar.gz format
and can be downloaded from:

The home page of the Nemiver project is at

What's Changed in this release?

Bug fixes

    [Dodji Seketeli]
    * #555733 - "Assertion failed: editor" when opening a new binary
    * #560377 - support new running async output record in GDB trunk
    * #561287 - crash when doing nemiver --purgesessions
    * #562024 - cannot set breakpoints sometimes

    [Jonathon Jongsma]
    * Re-arrange columns in call stack view

    [Christophe Fergeau]
    * #555732 - Use font specified in preferences for target terminal


    * [ja] Takeshi AIHANA



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