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GDB: The GNU Project Debugger

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Contributing to GDB

GDB is a collaborative project that relies on contributions. You can help with this! You may wish to fix bugs, improve testing, port GDB to a new platform, update documentation, add new features or optimizations, contribute to the mailing lists or official GDB website, etc. We welcome all of the above and feel free to ask on the GDB Mailing Lists if you are looking for feedback or for people to review a work in progress.

To help with this, there is plenty of documentation available. In addition to the User Guide and Internals Manual included in the GDB distribution, the GDB Wiki also contains substantial information. If you are looking for a project then check the Project Ideas page.

If you write a change to the GDB codebase we encourage you to distribute the change yourself. You may also want to submit your change so that can be considered for inclusion in a future version of GDB. If so then there are certain legal requirements and style issues which all contributors need to be aware of - for more details please read the Contribution Checklist.

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