Release 8.2 of GDB, the GNU Debugger, is now available. GDB is
a source-level debugger for Ada, C, C++, Go, Rust, and many other
languages. GDB can target (i.e., debug programs running on)
more than a dozen different processor architectures, and GDB itself
can run on most popular GNU/Linux, Unix and Microsoft Windows variants.
GDB is free (libre) software.
You can download GDB from the GNU FTP server in the directory:
The vital stats:
Size md5sum Name
20MiB b5a49dbff00d9a87fbe114d14b3101c0 gdb-8.2.tar.xz
36MiB 0783c6d86775c5aff06cccc8a3d7cad8 gdb-8.2.tar.gz
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access GDB's source repository, locations for development snapshots,
preformatted documentation, and links to related information around
the net. We will put errata notes and host-specific tips for this release
on-line as any problems come up. All mailing lists archives are also
browsable via the web.
GDB 8.2 includes the following changes and enhancements:
* Support for the following target has been added:
RiscV ELF riscv*-*-elf
* Support for following targets and native configurations has been removed:
m88k running OpenBSD m88*-*-openbsd*
SH-5/SH64 ELF sh64-*-elf*, SH-5/SH64 support in sh*
SH-5/SH64 running GNU/Linux SH-5/SH64 support in sh*-*-linux*
SH-5/SH64 running OpenBSD SH-5/SH64 support in sh*-*-openbsd*
* Various Python API enhancements
* Aarch64/Linux enhancements:
** SVE support.
** Hardware watchpoints improvements for entities stored at unaligned
* New "c" response to disable the pager for the rest of the current command.
* C expressions can now use _Alignof, and C++ expressions can now use
* Improved flexibility for loading symbol files.
* The 'info proc' command nows works on running processes on FreeBSD systems
as well as core files created on FreeBSD systems.
* A new --enable-codesign=CERT configure option to automatically codesign
GDB after build (useful on MacOS X).