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Old 06-05-2002
Basic Unix tools

I like to know the bare minimum development/ testing tools which can be used with Unix environment wherein the applications are written in different combination - C++ COBOL..

I like to know list of development, performance, testing tools that can be used in Unix .

Thanks in advance
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Old 06-06-2002
gdb: Debugger
ddd: Data Display Debugger
dbx: Debugger
Purify: Run-time Memory Checker
purecov: Test Covereage Measurement Tool
quantify: Profile Programs And Analyze Performance Bottlenecks
Sun Workshop Integrated Development Environment
Insure++: Runtime Memory Checker

Here is some of the list, but do take note it may vary from Kernel update time to time.
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