The SCID debugger is a tool designed to help you locate memory-related bugs in C code. This includes both memory leaks and memory access errors due to reading/writing through invalid pointers.
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Release Notes: Fixes were made for a major bug in the handling of "else if" blocks, a bug in scope tracking for anonymous structs/unions, and a bug in generated function naming that could result in a SCID-generated function having illegal characters in its name. All handling of GNU compound statement expressions was disabled. They should still be parsed and included, but never instrumented. A bug in the instrumentation of -> dereferences on expressions was fixed. The block variable tracking code was rewritten to eliminate some worrying inflexibilites. An attempt was made to simplify configuration options and make them a little more flexible. The GUI was redesigned to reflect changes in the configuration options.
No changes have been submitted for this release.