[slime-devel] Re: new debugger behavior?
Tobias C. Rittweiler
tcr at freebits.de
Sat Aug 9 17:16:41 UTC 2008
Carlos Konstanski <ckonstanski at pippiandcarlos.com> writes:
> Last week I upgraded from slime-2.0_p20070816 to slime-2.0_p20080731
> (these are the gentoo ebuild names). We're looking at a pretty big
> jump here; these builds are a year apart. In that year, something
> changed in the debugger that is not to my liking. I am hoping that it
> is a feature that I can turn off.
> When I hit an error in my code, I no longer enter the debugger.
> Instead, I just get a printed backtrace in the REPL. If I put a
> (break) in the code, I do enter the debugger. I would like to enter
> the debugger on all errors, like the good old days.
> Does this sound like a feature that was added in the last year? Or do
> I need to look elsewhere for the cause?
If SWANK:*GLOBAL-DEBUGGER* is T, CL:*DEBUGGER-HOOK* is globally set to
the swank debugger which means that all errors should land you into the
*GLOBAL-DEBUGGER* is actually T by default, so make sure that your
distribution doesn't interfere in some way (e.g. by some site-init.lisp
file in SWANK-LOADER:*source-directory*, or ~/.swank.lisp.)
When you can't find the reason yourself, please try to checkout from
CVS, and see if it works there. If it does, report the problem to the
respective Gentoo maintainer.
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