The debugger can tell you various information about the program while it is running.
From the main menu, select Debug ▸ Info ▸ Shared Libraries.
This opens a window which will list all shared libraries the program has loaded and their locations in memory. It also shows whether each library's symbol table is loaded or not.
From the main menu, select Debug ▸ Info ▸ Kernel signals.
This lists all available signals with a small description and three columns to specify what to do when a signal is received:
The debugger stops the program execution when the program receives this signal.
The debugger displays the received signal.
The debugger passes the signal to the program.
The context menu that is displayed when you click the right mouse button has all its items disabled because the corresponding functions are not implemented yet.
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