Antony <spam+lisp_dot_li...@gmail.com> writes: > When I put a break in my code and i get the slime debugger, > how do i inspect a global?
1- Move the cursor down to some stack frame, 2- type 'e' to evaluate an expression, 3- type the expression: *your-global-variable* 4- type RET 5- read the result in the mini-buffer.
Notice that the value of a special variable depends on the dynamic scope, so if you go down in the stack and select another stack frame, you should expect to get a different value. But it seems theres a bug in the debuggers...
If it's not practical to get the value in the minibuffer, you can revert to the native debugger which will work in the REPL by typing 'B'.