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Requirements: Visual Studio 2015 or higher, CMake 2.8.10 or higher

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Mercurial is a distributed version control system (VCS) that was developed in Germany at Mercurial (now Abricore) by David Roundy, Christian Neukirchen, and Scott Chacon. It was first released as Mercurial 1.3 in December 2004 and is maintained by a collective of contributors, each contributing to any piece of Mercurial that they can complete. Mercurial uses a distributed version control system that allows changes to be made to the source files by multiple collaborators with their copies of the files. By default, collaborators are able to see the changes made by their collaborators.
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VisualGDB Cracked Accounts is a code debugging, profiling and automation tool for C and C++ projects. It integrates with Visual Studio (2008 and 2012) or can be used stand-alone. It supports debugging with GDB or OpenOCD on a remote machine. It does not require any extra editing to be configured.

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After installing, double-click on the desktop icon of the installed file.

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Make sure that Platform Visual C++ redist is selected for all DirectX Projects.

This option is available on all DX Projects. It creates a duplicate of the project, so it will only be used if needed. It is included in the package for this reason.

Select the Windows Platform.

Select the Windows VisualC++ Compiler or the Windows Build Tools.

Select the Windows SDK for Windows 7 and 8.

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Make sure that Platform Visual C++ redist is selected for all Applications.

This option is available on all Application Projects. It creates a duplicate of the project, so it will only be used if needed. It is included in the package for this reason.

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Select the Windows Visual C++ Compiler or the Windows Build Tools.

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Make sure that Platform Visual C++ redist is selected for all Console Projects.

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Want to run Linux applications on Windows? VisualGDB seamlessly integrates with Visual Studio, allowing the development of Linux applications in C/C++ and Android or Embedded projects. It is compatible with all the editions of Microsoft’s IDE.
VisualGDB can import projects that already use GNU Make, QMake, or CMake, enabling you to take advantage of the powerful Clang IntelliSense engine to work efficiently. It allows the quick creation of implementations for new methods and interfaces and comes with error corrections, macros support, and more.
Featuring advanced CMake integration, VisualGDB makes it possible for you to edit Makefiles, manage targets, and handle QMake sources. To make your job easier, it automatically installs cross-compilers for Linux (GCC) and debugging tools (OpenOCD, GDB), so you don’t have to worry about anything else but your project. Both local and remote SSH-based debugging is possible, and automation tools are at your disposal for fast development. As for the compiler, configuring it is easy, as VisualGDB is the one that takes care of the compiler flags and the linker scripts.
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GDB is a GNU Project debugger that executes programs interactively, supports multiple architectures, is portable across many operating systems.

GDB is a GNU Project debugger that executes programs interactively, supports multiple architectures, is portable across many operating systems.

GDB is a GNU Project debugger that executes programs interactively, supports multiple architectures, is portable across many operating systems.

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VisualGDB is an open-source toolbox for developing and debugging Linux (GCC and QMake)-based projects. You can create powerful projects using integrated support for QMake, GNU Make, and CMake, and watch them run without compiling/linking. VisualGDB also provides tools for code analysis, debugging, and performance measurements.
This is the first official version of VisualGDB that supports Visual Studio 2012. Features:
Imports projects created with Qt/C++ Makefiles, CMake, QMake, and other build systems
Works with both GCC and Clang/LLVM
VisualGDB is based on CMake 3.0 or newer
The Clang/LLVM compiler is automatically installed with VisualGDB
CMake (3.0.0 or newer)
Pprof (0.10.0 or newer)
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gdbinit (0.1.1 or newer)
OPCACHE (0.2.4 or newer)
OMake (1.4.0 or newer)
OpenOCD (0.5.0 or newer)
GDB (5.3 or newer)
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Use the GDB remote host “localhost” by default. Use an address of your choice to specify a remote host.
Please read “GDB Remote Debugging” section to know the details of this feature.
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View results of your analysis using Pprof.
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VisualGDB can import projects created with Qt/C++ Makefiles, CMake, QMake, and other build systems. It supports Qt 5 and Qt 4, and provides file level import for projects with various file extensions. You can use VisualGDB instead of Qt Makefiles, CMake, QMake, or other build systems such as GNU Make.
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VisualGDB imports Qt5 projects with current working directory, build directory, etc.
VisualGDB supports both UNIX and Windows file systems for import of Qt5 projects. For UNIX projects, VisualGDB installs Qt 5 UNIX in your home directory for you. It doesn’t install Qt 5 UNIX in root directory. That’s why VisualGDB never overwrites your Qt 5 UNIX/include and Qt 5 UNIX/lib.

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OS: Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 (32-bit or 64-bit)
Processor: Dual Core 2.4 GHz or Quad Core 2.0 GHz or better
Memory: 1 GB RAM required for game installation. 2 GB RAM recommended
HDD: 1.5 GB free space
Resolution: 1024×768 or higher recommended
DirectX: Version 9.0 or higher
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