18.2 Description of the Inspector tool
The Inspector has the following areas:
At the top of the Inspector, the tab of the main view shows the type of the object being inspected. There may be other views depending on the type of this object. For class instances, there is a
provides a way of filtering out those parts of an object that you are not interested in.
A list of attributes and values shows the contents of the object.
18.2.1 Adding a Listener to the Inspector
A small listener pane can be added to the Inspector tool, allowing you to evaluate Common Lisp forms in context, without having to switch back to the main Listener tool itself. To add the listener pane to the Inspector, choose
from the context menu in the attributes and values area.
LispWorks IDE User Guide (Windows version) - 13 Sep 2017