Nemiver is a project to write a standalone graphical debugger that integrates well in GNOME desktop environment. Nemiver is a project to write a standalone graphical debugger that integrateswell in the GNOME desktop environment. The project currently has an interface that uses the well known GNU Debugger gdb.General-In addition to the buttons toolbar, you can toggle breakpoints by simply clicking in the margin on the line you want to break on .- hovering over a variable name for more than 1 second should show its value as a tooltip window when the variable is scopeSessionsNemiver uses a SQLite database to store basic information about a debuggingsession so you can resume where you stopped last time. Whenever you startdebugging a new session is automatically created for you (unless you explicitlyrequest to resume an existing session). On exit, your session will automatically be saved. Information stored with your session includes breakpoints, program arguments, working directory path, environment variables, etc. In addition, you can save the current session to the database on demand by selecting File> Save Disk.To session to resume the debugging session previously registered, you can specify either thesession ID - executesession option command line or select File> SavedSessions ... > [Session Select] from versions interface.Source user DirectoriesSome debugger GDB does not provide path information to complete the breakpoints, etc. In this case, you may need to specify directories to search source files. They can be specified by manually adding source directories in the Preferences dialog. In the future there will be a more explicit prompt asking the user to locate the requested file when nemiver can not determine the absolute path of a file on his own.Extending NemiverNemiver is little more than a simple graphical debugger . It is actually a platform that can be extended with plugins and dynamically loaded modules. Libnemivercommon The library provides basic functionality for loading dynamic modules and plugin architecture for nemiver. You can create additional plugins for nemiver, and you can even create entirely new prospects for nemiver workbench.Currently, only the debug perspective is provided, but others could be added in the future (eg a perspective for Profiling tools such as oprofile, valgrind / massif, etc..) nemiver also provides an event-based debugger library (which currently has an interface GDB, but others could be added in the future) that could be reused by d other projects that seek to implement a debugger as part of an IDE, for example.