Re: Learning to program sawfish

> 3. the debugger.  The REP debugger, at least inside Sawfish, is rather
> disappointing.  Have you ever called (break) in Sawfish?  Then you know
> what I mean :-)  In ELisp it's always safe to call (debug).
> Helmut.

I agree, debugging is a pain. I tend to test one function at a time
using sawfish-client.
The emacs mode is very useful too.


P.S. I also recommend looking at the lisp code in sawfish. It is very
useful to understand
how things are done and what functions/properties to use.

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