[slime-devel] step debugging in slime 3.0
mackeysc at gmail.com
Fri Aug 1 18:44:27 UTC 2008
I find I am able to step through a function if I invoke it via:
> (step myfun)
from the repl -- IF -- I have put debug related declarations in the
defun like this:
Having that same optimize form in a global 'proclaim' doesn't seem to
have any affect for me. But maybe I'm just doing that part completely
This is with sbcl 1.0.17 on mac os 10.5 and cvs slime from about 2
On Aug 1, 2008, at 7:56 PM, Andrew Gasparovic wrote:
> On Jul 30, 2008, at 7:42 PM, Thom Goodsell wrote:
>> Hi Andrew,
>> I'll let others give a more definitive answer, but I don't think
>> I've ever had step-debugging work in slime (or indeed, in any Lisp
>> environment other than Allegro's GUI). I'd love to hear from others
>> that the situation has improved, however.
> No big deal. I was just wondering because I saw this in slime 3.0's
> NEWS file:
> ** Stepper
> Juho Snellman implemented stepping commands for SBCL.
>> On Jul 30, 2008, at 3:25 PM, Andrew Gasparovic wrote:
>>> Is there something special I have to do to turn on step debugging
>>> with sldb using slime 3.0 and sbcl 1.0.17 on OS X? When I type an
>>> 's' in an sldb buffer, I get "Evaluation aborted." in the
>>> minibuffer and execution continues. The sldb buffer itself goes
>>> blank but remains open.
>>> Thanks a lot!
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