Edebug tries to be transparent to the program you are debugging, but it does not succeed completely. Edebug also tries to be transparent when you evaluate expressions with e or with the evaluation list buffer, by temporarily restoring the outside context. This section explains precisely what context Edebug restores, and how Edebug fails to be completely transparent.
|• Checking Whether to Stop||When Edebug decides what to do.|
|• Edebug Display Update||When Edebug updates the display.|
|• Edebug Recursive Edit||When Edebug stops execution.|