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04 Feb 2003 09:11:12 +0800
Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.2
>>>>> "K" == Kevin Rodgers <address@hidden> writes:
K> Dan Jacobson wrote:
>> 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.
K> (defadvice base64-encode-region (before debug activate)
K> "Debug (when called from an Emacs Lisp function)."
OK, maybe this could be the guts of the new debug-on-call function, or
at least documented as what to do when debug-on-entry isn't usable...
Of course an antidote should also be provided to turn it off.
P.S. Kev, your References:
<address@hidden> does not give my
original post the fame and glory of its original Message-ID causing
its thread to be broken 'in many newsreaders'. Did you try reading
this group via NNTP of gmane.org for maximal comfort?
Re: debug-on-call, Richard Stallman, 2003/02/04
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