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README.md

Build Status MELPA Stable

A modular GNU Emacs front-end for interacting with external debuggers.

See https://github.com/rocky/emacs-dbgr/wiki/Debuggers-Supported for a list of debuggers supported.

A debugger can be run out of a comint process buffer, or you can use a M-x realgud-track-mode inside an existing shell, or eshell buffer.

To install, you'll need a couple of other Emacs packages installed. See the installation instructions for details.

To get started using, see the notes on using realgud.

Author: Rocky Bernstein rocky@gnu.org

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