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13 Browsing class trees

The command M-x eieio-browse displays a buffer listing all the currently loaded classes in Emacs. The classes are listed in an indented tree structure, starting from eieio-default-superclass (see Default Superclass).

With a prefix argument, this command prompts for a class name; it then lists only that class and its subclasses.

Here is a sample tree from our current example:

     eieio-default-superclass
       +--data-object
            +--data-object-symbol

Note: new classes are consed into the inheritance lists, so the tree comes out upside-down.