Controls whether restart frames are printed in debugger output.
This variable is used by the debugger when it displays the stack frames. Restart frames are formed when restarts are established (see The stack in the debugger), but are normally not shown by the debugger. However if
*print-restart-frames* is set to
t then the restart frames are shown.
USER 43 > (setq dbg:*print-restart-frames* t)
USER 44 > (truncate 12.5 0.0)
Error: Division-by-zero caused by TRUNCATE
of (12.5 0.0)
1 (continue) Return a value to use
2 Supply new arguments to use
3 (abort) return to top loop level 0.
Type :c followed by a number to proceed
USER 45 : 1 > :b 5
Restart frame: (ABORT)
Catch frame: (NIL)
Catch frame: #:|block-catcher-3223|
Call to DIVISION-BY-ZERO-ERROR :
Call to TRUNCATEANY :
USER 46 : 1 >
*print-restart-frames* can be set to value by
*print-restart-frames* is an extension to Common Lisp.
LispWorks User Guide and Reference Manual - 13 Feb 2015