Nemiver release 0.7.3 now available


This is a bug fix and minor features release of the Nemiver debugger.
As usual, we tested it by using it routinely to debug the programs we
care and hack only daily and found it to be the greatest version so far.

Should you find a bug that snuck in despite the rolling eyes of the Nemiver
developpers and testers, we'd be glad to have you report the problem at

Please find below the formal and detailed part of the announce.

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 and tar.bz2 formats
and can be downloaded from:

The home page of the Nemiver project is at

What's Changed in this release?

Claude Paroz
      Updated French translation

Dodji Seketeli
      Support editing breakpoint condition
      Use -break-after to set ignore count
      Support ignore count at breakpoint setting time
      Update breakpoint saving into session (Closes: #595083)
      Preselect process to attach to (Closes: #595667)
      Fix command line parsing (Closes: #591327)
      Restore call stack initial window (Closes: #599768)
      Update call stack on thread selection (Closes: #601199)
      Do not update variables twice (closes: #601819)
      Properly handle empty command line
      Cleanup long command line switches
      Escape strings saved in sessions (Closes: #579569)
      Handle ":" in pending bp attrs (Closes: #603627)

Hans Vercammen
      Small typo causing test build failure

Mario Blättermann
      Updated German translation

Takeshi AIHANA
      2009-10-17 Updated Japanese translation.

Tom Hughes
      Let inferior use launch terminal (Closes: #602072)
      Do not blindly truncate types (Closes: #602074)

Happy hacking!


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