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Ups is a source level C,C++ and Fortran debugger that runs under X11
Ups is a source level C,C++ and Fortran debugger that runs under X11. Currently supported systems are FreeBSD and GNU/Linux on Intel x86 and Solaris on SPARC.
On these systems it runs native; it is not a front-end to GNU gdb. An ANSI C interpreter is included; this is built in to ups to provide conditional debugging and can also be built as a seperate program.
If you are using some other operating system or processor then please see the systems information as ups has in the past been ported to a variety of computers, and may include code for your system.
Ups was written by Mark Russell of the Computer Science department at the University of Kent at Canterbury, and was originally part of the Kent Software Tools suite.
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