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From: Dan Jacobson
Subject: debug-on-call
Date: 01 Feb 2003 03:03:22 +0800
User-agent: Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.2

I wanted to have emacs stop if it ever called a function, but no:
debug-on-entry: Function base64-encode-region is a primitive

I don't need to debug inside that function. All I wanted was to see a
backtrace so I can tell the layers of stuff calling that function.

So provide a debug-on-call.

And, inside the Emacs Info manual, all we can find about debugging is
about debugging non emacs lisp.  If we want to learn about the emacs
debugger then we have to know to leave the emacs manual and search in
a neighboring manual not mentioned via any searching in the emacs

debug-on-entry-1: gnus-uu-post-news not user-defined Lisp function
same deal. not too many things i can debug these days. i know. no more
debugging for me. i will post my problems instead.
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