Unix Programming Tools

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Unix
Programming
Tools
By Parlante, Zelenski, and many others Copyright .1998-99, Stanford University
Introduction
This document explains the overall edit-compile-link-debug programming cycle and
introduces several common Unix programming tools- gcc, make, gdb, emacs, and the
Unix shell. The goal is to describe the major features and typcial uses of the tools and
show how they fit together with enough detail for simple projects.
Contents
Introduction - the compile-link process 1
The gcc compiler/linker 2
The make project utility 4
The gdb debugger 8
The emacs editor 13
Summary of Unix shell commands 15
This is document #107, Unix Programming Tools, in the CS Education Library at
Stanford. This and other free educational materials are available at
http://cslibrary.stanford.edu/. This document is free to be used, reproduced, or
redistributed so long as this notice is clearly reproduced at its beginning.
This is a beta draft
Note: this is basically a quick-n-dirty handout we’ve used to introduce CS students to the
Unix programming environment. It has not been edited or improved especially before
being added to the CS Education Library. It may get edited and polished up sometime in
the…

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