If I have a buffer with the contents
(defun foo() (interactive) (bar) (message "foo")) (defun bar() (interactive) (message "bar"))
edebug-all-defs set to
t, then both calls to
bar directly throw me into
edebug-mode (despite not having set any breakpoints).
On the other hand, if I set
nil, evaluate the buffer with
eval-buffer and then manually instrument the
foo definition with
C-u C-M-x) things work a little better: calling
foo invokes the debugger, and calling
bar does not. However, when stepping through
foo, I'm now unable to step into the
bar function (presumably because it hasn't been instrumented, the error is
Don't know where `bar' is defined. Stepping over the call to
bar works just fine and gives the correct result).
Is there a way to instrument all functions in a buffer without making them breakpoints at the same time?
Emacs 24.4.1 on Debian Jessie. Running with
-Q does not seem to make a difference.