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Reversible debugger supports ARM processors and Android Native

Cambridge-based start up Undo Software has announced version 4.0 of UndoDB, its reversible debugger for Linux and Android software.
The new release now supports both ARM processors and Android Native.

The new release now supports both ARM processors and Android Native.

It follows the company's announcement earlier this year that ARM had integrated UndoDB into its ARM DS-5 development suite.

Version 4.0 offers support for the ARMv5, ARMv6 and ARMv7 architectures, including Thumb technology and VFP.

It also supports Android Native, remote debugging and improved compatibility with graphical front ends, including Eclipse and emacs.

Undo says it provides users with significant performance improvements when executing writeable code.

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Laura Hopperton

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