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What is the best debugger for Mac OS X?


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I've been using OllyDbg for years now on Windows, and I must say it's indeed the best out there for the windows environment.

Is there a debugger out there for Mac that is similar to OllyDbg in functionality? Of course PPC & Intel binaries should both be supported.

Thanks in advance.

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I heard that DDD is a good front-end for the GDB. Anyone please can give me a *working* download link?

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IDA Pro remote debugger, needs a windows pc with IDA installed, but imo it is the best

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yes, but IDA is a *windows* application. I need a debugger for my intel *mac*!

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It really depends on what language you are programming in and such.

If you are serious about doing OS X development, program in Cocoa, use Xcode and its built in debugger.





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