The Slime code has code to trace the lisp interpreter stack and local variable definitions (this includes function arguments), but this is stack is not used by compiled code at all, unless you set very high debugging levels.


On Mon, Jun 24, 2013 at 3:27 PM, Ilya Kliot <plushe@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi,
I want to add possibility to get the function args in the
(undefined-function) condition handler.
Is it possible to do without c source code changes ? Is there some
stack environment accessible by ready CL functions ?
Any hints how to make that ? I've tried to find it within
cl_env_struct but got lost, probably there are some ready functions to
get to invalid call in string form or something ? I will glad to merge
it after it will be done
Ilya

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