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bug#14443: 24.3.50; log-view-diff and log-view-diff-changeset broken in

From: Dmitry Gutov
Subject: bug#14443: 24.3.50; log-view-diff and log-view-diff-changeset broken in vc-bzr-change-log-mode and vc-annotate-mode (on w32)
Date: Fri, 24 May 2013 00:25:39 +0400
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On 24.05.2013 0:17, Eli Zaretskii wrote:
You could put a breakpoint on call-process and examine its arguments,
for example.

I've rummaged around the manual a bit, and still don't understand what
the recommended workflow is.

Should I normally do `edebug-defun' before adding a breakpoint?

Actually, I meant GDB on the C level, but since you asked...

Oh. Though I believe it's called something like `Fcall_process' there.

How do I display the value of a local variable?

C-x C-e with point after it, I guess.  I'm quite sure it worked for me
when I used that last.

Then I guess you've used it in a buffer without lexical-binding.

How do I un-instrument a function? AFAICS, there are no commands like
`edebug-cancel-', `-reset-' or `-remove-'.

Reload the .el file.

Thanks! It's kind of an obvious solution, but I could've spent quite a while looking for a specialized command.

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