[Snort-devel] ide for snortsp 3.0
roesch at ...402...
Wed Jan 14 14:38:17 EST 2009
You want an IDE for debugging? Are you looking to debug data structures and
links or something else? I used to use ddd pretty heavily back in the old
days of Snort 1.x to visualize the detection engine data structures at
runtime but that's just a GUI around gdb.
As for what I use these days, when I'm on Linux I generally use vim and just
gdb at the command line. I have used Visual Slickedit in the past and liked
it a lot but it's generally only on my one dev system, vim is everywhere. :)
I do most of my developmemt on a Mac these days. On the Mac I usually use
Xcode and sometimes use TextMate. I still use vim for quick stuff when I'm
at the command line but for complex work I use Xcode (which has a gdb GUI
On Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 9:30 AM, Nandala, Prashanth <
prashanth.nandala at ...2998...> wrote:
> Hi Martin and all,
> Can any one suggest me an IDE (in Linux) to debug snortsp 3.0 beta version?
> Martin, Can I know which tool or IDE have you used for the development of
> Thanks and regards
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