[fpc-pascal] FPC Backtrace

James Richters james.richters at productionautomation.net
Mon Jan 3 14:28:18 CET 2022

I'm curious if there is some way, perhaps with some directive or something
to force a debug backtrace to happen, but without an error.
I have a function that is getting called twice and should only be called
once, so my thought is that if I could go into the routine and 
put something there that outputs a backtrace.. same as when there is an
error in the program.. 
where it shows the entire list of calls, but not because of an error.. then
it would continue to run and I could see the entire chain that resulted in
the call each time.
I know there are other ways I can find this, but the issue made me wonder if
there was a way I could ask for my own backtrace with a command inside the
Because that would be a quick easy way to find all the call chains that get
to this function.. And it would be cool to be able to do such a thing,
especially on large 
Complicated projects.
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