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18.2 Edebug

Edebug is a source-level debugger for Emacs Lisp programs with which you can:

The first three sections below should tell you enough about Edebug to enable you to use it.

18.2.1 Using Edebug  Introduction to use of Edebug.
18.2.2 Instrumenting for Edebug  You must instrument your code in order to debug it with Edebug.
18.2.3 Edebug Execution Modes  Execution modes, stopping more or less often.
18.2.4 Jumping  Commands to jump to a specified place.
18.2.5 Miscellaneous Edebug Commands  Miscellaneous commands.
18.2.6 Breakpoints  Setting breakpoints to make the program stop.
18.2.7 Trapping Errors  Trapping errors with Edebug.
18.2.8 Edebug Views  Views inside and outside of Edebug.
18.2.9 Evaluation  Evaluating expressions within Edebug.
18.2.10 Evaluation List Buffer  Expressions whose values are displayed each time you enter Edebug.
18.2.11 Printing in Edebug  Customization of printing.
18.2.12 Trace Buffer  How to produce trace output in a buffer.
18.2.13 Coverage Testing  How to test evaluation coverage.
18.2.14 The Outside Context  Data that Edebug saves and restores.
18.2.15 Instrumenting Macro Calls  Specifying how to handle macro calls.
18.2.16 Edebug Options  Option variables for customizing Edebug.


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