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July 13, 2008, 02:07

BTW. It will likely surprise a few people that DDT and to a lesser extent the original emacs (written in TECO) are still used by a company called XKL LLC. A high speed networking equipment maker in Redmond, WA. Engineers there actually use DDT on a daily basis to debug software running on there embedded SOC which has a PDP-10 based architecture.

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