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Some miscellaneous Edebug commands are described here.
top-level). This exits all recursive editing levels, including all levels of Edebug activity. However, instrumented code protected with
condition-caseforms may resume debugging.
You cannot use debugger commands in the backtrace buffer in Edebug as you would in the standard debugger.
The backtrace buffer is killed automatically when you continue execution.
You can invoke commands from Edebug that activate Edebug again recursively. Whenever Edebug is active, you can quit to the top level with q or abort one recursive edit level with C-]. You can display a backtrace of all the pending evaluations with d.
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