Zero Debugger News
The latest version of the Zero Debugger includes fixes for a couple of bugs reported by Christoph Borgolte (thank you, sir) and optimizations of the memory usage in symbol tables.
I have also played some more with the graphical installer script for Redhat 9 / RHEL (see installer.py in http://zero-bugs.com/8001/builds/zero-i686.010807.tgz).
Santa brought a license of the Intel Compiler 9.1, so I ran the test suite with it. The results are very satisfactory: Zero Debugger works great on binaries compiled with icc! The only (minor) quirk I found so far is with functions returning long double on the x86_64 platform, which require a special compiler command line flag to work correctly.