3 Common Features
3.10 Tracing symbols from tools Some tools contain Trace submenus which allow you to set tracing options for the selected function, method, macro, or generic function. This is a useful shortcut, since it gives you some control over tracing in the environment without having to work directly with the tracer.
A Trace submenu generally has the following commands:
- Choose Trace to trace the currently selected function.
- Choose Trace with Break to trace the currently selected function, and enter the debugger on entry to it. Choosing this command sets the
:break option to
- Choose Untrace to turn off tracing on the currently selected function.
- Choose Untrace All to turn off tracing on currently traced functions. Note that this does not turn off tracing in the environment as a whole.
- Choose Toggle Tracing to turn all tracing commands in the environment on or off. This is equivalent to clicking the Tracing Enabled button in the tracer.
Common LispWorks User Guide, Liquid Common Lisp Version 5.0 - 18 OCT 1996
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