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set-debug

Enable or disable single-stepping for a command or subroutine.

This command prompts you for the name of a command or subroutine, with completion. With no numeric argument, this command toggles the debugging status for that function. With a non-zero numeric argument, the command enables the debugging status. With a zero numeric argument, it disables the debugging status.

Whenever Epsilon calls a function with debugging enabled, the Epsilon debugger starts, and displays the function's source code at the bottom of the screen. A <Space> executes the next line of the function, a G turns off debugging until the function returns, and ? shows all the debugger's commands. If you compile a function with the system switch (eel -s filename), you cannot use the debugger on it.

More info:

Changing Commands with EEL



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