4 Debugging Tools
4.1 About debugging tools This chapter describes several debugging tools in Liquid Common Lisp:
These debugging tools can be used separately or with the Debugger. For example, you can call the Stepper, the Inspector, or the Tracer from within the Debugger. You can also invoke the Debugger from within the Stepper.
- The Tracer allows you to trace one or more functions and to perform certain actions at the time a function is called or at the time it exits.
- The Stepper steps through the evaluation of an expression.
- The Inspector allows you to examine and modify the components of a Lisp object.
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