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Re: beginner el form

From: Adam
Subject: Re: beginner el form
Date: Wed, 04 May 2005 20:13:30 -0400
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Thanks Phil. All input-contributions welcome. 

I will look into edebug, its new to me. And sounds a little like the gdb
thing for C that is so successful to this very day. 

So thanks for the tip,   Adam.  

>   Adam> As an elisp novice, I'm dropping into it from time to time,
>   Adam> and making progress with the elisp manual and introduction. Am
>   Adam> spending most of my other time calling cmucl as a listener
>   Adam> with c-x l and c-x c-e. The cmucl documentation is good, so am
>   Adam> having fun.
> My advice is learn to use the debugger (edebug) straight away if you
> have not already done so. I normally write lisp into a .el file,
> evaluating and debugging as I go. The use of edebug is great and saves
> an awful lot of test evaluation, as you can generally see what is
> wrong pretty quickly.
> Cheers
> Phil

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