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From: Stuart Cracraft
Subject: GNU Emacs Lisp
Date: Thu, 01 May 2008 15:59:50 -0700
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Hi All,

I see that when running a program in GNU Emacs Lisp
that errors in the message area below the mode-line but
without a line-number corresponding to the line of the
error in the source code being run.

So, without the line number, it is hunt-and-peck, much
harder to find the section of code with the problem. Is there
a way to locate the erring S-expression more quickly?

I have used edebug, by the way, and am seeking something
like the above as well, unless edebug can stop exactly
at the line in the source code where the S-expression is
broken, without having to single-step it.

Thanks ahead (anyone),


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