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From: Andrew Stebakov <astebakov@ya...> - 2005-03-17 18:28:39
I am starting with CLisp on Windows and use Slime +
XEmacs as IDE.
Looks like debugging is not supported with Slime +
For example when I got a debug trap and I walk through
the code frames the "v" command that's supposed to
jump to the code report:
Cannot find source for frame: #<ADDRESS #x00C41308> T
So my question is:
What can I do to make it work?
If I am using the wrong set of tools for CLisp on
Windows what tools I can look at as IDE?
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