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Debugging is a methodical process of finding and reducing the number of bugs, or defects, in a computer program.

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In other words, how do I rescind the directive that causes edebug to enter debugging mode when a particular function is invoked? You can get this effect without removing instrumentation by …
answered Apr 4 '16 by npostavs
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Is there a more idiomatic method for displaying backtraces for errors in batch mode? Nope, that's pretty much it. You can save a few characters by calling toggle-debug-on-error instead: emacs …
answered Oct 27 '17 by npostavs
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This is still under development, but in Emacs 26.1 (assuming nothing goes wrong) you will be able to do M-x debug-watch <variable> RET and then any change to the variable will land in the debugger wit …
answered Nov 11 '16 by npostavs
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Simply move point in the *Backtrace* buffer to the corresponding line of the frame you're interested in. examine state of variables Then press v (debugger-toggle-locals) to show local variables …
answered Jun 9 by npostavs
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So the sequencing is a bit tricky as mentioned in the comment below, but reselecting the previous window seems like the easiest way: (defun my-debug-hook () ;; Selecting the window in `debug-mode-h …
answered 2 days ago by npostavs