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Debugging Scandal--The Next Generation Haihan Yin, Christoph Bockisch,
 

Summary: Debugging Scandal--The Next Generation
Haihan Yin, Christoph Bockisch,
Mehmet Ak¸sit
Software Engineering group, University of
Twente, 7500 AE Enschede, the Netherlands
{h.yin,c.m.bockisch,aksit}@cs.utwente.nl
Wouter De Borger, Bert Lagaisse,
Wouter Joosen
IBBT-DistriNet, Dept. of Computer Science,
KULeuven, Belgium
@cs.kuleuven.be
ABSTRACT
In 1997, the general lack of debugging tools was termed "the
debugging scandal" [7]. Today, as new languages are emerg-
ing to support software evolution, once more debugging sup-
port is lagging.
The powerful abstractions offered by new languages are
compiled away and transformed into complex synthetic struc-
tures. Current debugging tools only allow inspection in
terms of this complex synthetic structure; they do not sup-

  

Source: Al Hanbali, Ahmad - Department of Applied Mathematics, Universiteit Twente

 

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