The Intel® Debugger (IDB) is a component of Intel® C++ and Intel® Fortran Compilers. It is a full-featured symbolic source code application debugger that helps programmers
Disassemble and examine machine code and examine machine register values
Debug programs with shared libraries
Debug multithreaded applications
Debug remote applications
IDB provides debugging support for C, C++ and Fortran (including Fortran 95/90) languages. It also provides a choice of command-line or graphical user interface (GUI) under the Eclipse* platform.
IDB operates in gdb and dbx modes. In the command line interface, gdb is the default mode. In the GUI, dbx is the default mode.
IDB works on the following desktop and server platforms:
Systems based on the IA-32 architecture running Linux*, Windows*, and Mac OS* X
Systems based on the Intel® 64 architecture running Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X
Systems based on IA-64 architecture running Linux and Windows.
The Intel® Debugger is included in the Intel® C++ Compiler and Intel® Fortran Compiler. These Intel® Compilers are available for Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X systems.
In addition, packages, documentation, and answers to frequently asked questions are available from the following sources: