Moped (a portable debugger)

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Publication Type technical report
School or College College of Engineering
Department Computing, School of
Creator Pourheidari, Mohammad
Title Moped (a portable debugger)
Date 1988-06
Description Moped is a portable debugger that uses enhanced tracing facilities and backtracing to discover unusual or undesirable program behaviors. It is based upon two modules - Program Probes and Program. History, each providing different abilities. Program Probes is a forward tracing utility which allows Moped to dynamically examine the execution of a program. Program. History is a backtracing utility which allows Moped to study the executed section of a program. Together, Program Probes and Program. History enable Moped to have more control over the behavior of a program than either one of them, and consequently to provide an easier path toward program debugging. Moped is written in Common LISP with no dependencies on details of the language or machine implementation. Therefore, it is portable to any Common LISP environment.
Type Text
Subject debugging in computer science; computer science
Language eng
Series University of Utah Computer Science Technical Report
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File Name Pourheidri-Moped_A_Portable.pdf
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Date Created 2016-05-25
Date Modified 2016-05-26
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