Graphical Debugger Supports OpenMP! Fix
With the Best Fortran & 'C' Debugger Available
Bundled Free With All Pro Fortran Compiler Suites
As A Stand-Alone Package on MacOS/Intel & Linux -
A Great Step Up for Intel's Mac ifort Users!
is the industry's most complete
Fortran debugger and is excellent for C/C++ and assembly language as well.
Fx3's easy-to-use graphical and command line interfaces and extensive
feature set, provides superior analysis and control during the debug process
on x86_64/Linux, Windows and Mac OS/Intel systems. Debug multi-threaded
OpenMP Fortran programs. Compatible with compilers from Absoft, GNU, Intel
and Pathscale means Fx3 is very cost effective because a single copy can
work with compilers from multiple vendors.
Designed by Fortran
experts for Fortran. The only
commercial Fortran debugger designed by Fortran experts, Fx3 is much more
effective than gdb and related debuggers because Fx3 handles Fortran constructs
that gdb and other debuggers do not understand. Fx3 can handle it
all efficiently in a user friendly environment.
The Absoft Fx3
Graphical Debugger is the successor to the popular Fx2 Debugger and comes bundled with all Absoft Pro Fortran products for Windows, Linux and Mac OS at no additional cost. Fx3 is also available as a stand-alone product for x86_x64 Linux systems and MacOS/Intel.
Fx3™ allows you to focus quickly
on identifying problem areas in programs. The Fx3™ Debugger comes with
a graphical user interface (GUI) with point and click ease of use. This
GUI is complete with tabbed source code and assembly views, toolbars,
and dock-able stack, console, symbol, register windows, source browser
and memory windows. Dynamically updating windows and visual indicators
help developers readily see the changing state of a program.
Automatic source code "tool tips"
and color syntax also make it easy to obtain the current state of programs
at a glance. Setting breakpoints and controlling program execution is
also a snap. The "save" feature allows developers to easily save and
restore information about a program's debug session, such as breakpoints,
source paths, program arguments, console and symbol window history,
active symbol window variables, and the working directory.
The symbols window is easily navigated
with either a mouse or keyboard accelerators. The graphical user interface
can be customized for each individual's work flow. Source browser allows
easy navigation of program source files and functions.
Advanced Fx3™ users can enter
any command line debugger commands via the console window, or configure
the debugger interface to their individual taste via the preference
dialog, and dock-able windows and toolbars.
Fx3™ tracks the current state of your
program and provides dynamic feedback by automatically tracking
and updating the current stack frame, instruction pointer, local, static,
and global variables, the current register state and program status.
View windows can be docked, floating or closed allowing the debugger
to be configured for a developer's typical workflow.