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Re: Tool for ELISP code analysis


From: Marc Tfardy
Subject: Re: Tool for ELISP code analysis
Date: Tue, 06 Mar 2007 23:30:39 +0100
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Johan Bockgård wrote:
Marc Tfardy <address@hidden> writes:

I try to understand some (complicated) ELISP code with many lines of
code and many functions.  It is not easy to keep overview of the
function calls and dependecies between functions/variables.  Is there
maybe a Emacs tool for ELISP code analysis?


,----[ C-h v byte-compile-generate-call-tree RET ]
| byte-compile-generate-call-tree is a variable defined in `bytecomp.el'.
| Its value is nil
[...]

Also http://whome.phys.au.dk/~harder/who-calls.el

Thanks a lot! It's incredible, that so many things exists ready
to use out of the box. It is nearly exactly what I need!

regards

Marc



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