Commit 37133332 authored by ram's avatar ram
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Add mention of Motif and the graphical interface.

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In addition to a basic command-line interface, the debugger also has several
powerful new features:
In addition to a Motif-based windowing interface and a basic command-line
interface, the debugger also has several powerful new features:
.TP 3
The "source" and "vsource" commands print the *precise* original source
......@@ -202,6 +202,9 @@ at some locations in the variable's scope, the debugger always errs on the
side of discretion, refusing to display possibly incorrect values.
.TP 3
Compiled code can be stepped, stopping at each control transfer.
.TP 3
Integration with the Hemlock editor. In a slave, the "edit" command causes the
editor edit the source for the current code location. The editor can also send
non-line-mode input to the debugger using C-M-H bindings. Try apropos "debug"
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See the debugger chapter in the user manual for more details. We are working
on integrating the debugger with Hemlock and X windows.
CMU Common Lisp has an interface to Motif which is functionally similar to
CLM, but works better in CMU CL. See:
.IP "" .2i
This motif interface has been used to write the inspector and graphical
debugger. There is also a Lisp control panel with a simple file management
facility, apropos and inspector dialogs, and controls for setting global
Call INTERFACE:LISP-CONTROL-PANEL to create the control panel. When
environment variable is defined, the graphical inspector and debugger will be
invoked by INSPECT or when an error is signalled. Possible values are
:GRAPHICS and :TTY. If the value is :GRAPHICS, but there is no X display,
then we quietly use the TTY interface.
As far as Common Lisp semantics are concerned, there is no interpreter; this is
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