Gnu has the Data Display Debugger, or ddd, and I even found an article in English about it. I was going to ignore it for my chapter on debugging in Mastering Perl until I saw that Peter Scott showed it breifly in Perl Debugged.
After much yak shaving last night (fix my FreeBSD routing table so I could cvsup ports so I could compile gcc34 so I could compile ddd), and much online poker playing while the compilation was under way (won one tournament, second in two others, final table in another, and a miserable 48th in the last one, up 15,000 play chips by the end), I got this thing install. With more yak shaving to let my FreeBSD machine display thing on my Powerbook (not sure I had to use xhost last time I did this, odd) because my Intel laptop's monitor flickered a moment then never came back. It isn't fun editing
So, does anyone use this? Does anyone happen to have the Mac OS X binary that seems to have disappeared from the net?
Aside from that, what else might you be using as a debugger or IDE? I know about Komodo, EPIC, and Affrus. What else is out there?