Inside the Memory View: A Guide for Debug Providers

“Inside the Memory View: A Guide for Debug Providers” by Samantha Chan has been published. This article discusses—oddly enough—how to use and extend the Memory View. The abstract states:

There are many programming languages that allow access and discrete control of system memory. If you are a debug provider for one of these languages, then you probably have a requirement to provide support for debug-time memory inspection and manipulation. The Eclipse debug framework provides a Memory View, along with an extensible framework to simplify and standardize this task. This article introduces the Memory View and describes how to add your own customized memory support.

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2 Responses to Inside the Memory View: A Guide for Debug Providers

  1. The branching CVS article has a bad link:
    http://www.eclipse.org/resources/resource.php?id=395

    article 2 links to article 1

  2. Wayne Beaton says:

    Fixed. Thanks Chris.

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