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From: Holger Blasum <holgerlists@b...>
Subject: Ocamldebug and gdb-like symbol table listings?
Hello caml-list,

in ocamldebug, is there any command that just lists the symbol 
table entries, e.g. like gdb's "info variables" that lists
allo global variables in a C program? (see eg 
 http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/Manuals/gdb-5.1.1/html_node/gdb_109.html ;
vaguely similar concepts would be "!print globals()" in the python
debugger, "Print All." in coq or "apropos "*"" in mit-scheme).

Have I overlooked it in the documentation (pointers greatly
appreciated), is it the "wrong question" to begin with (well
possible, please enlighten why) or is it simply not implemented 
(in that case a hint would be appreciated which data structure 
in the debugger/*.ml files would be worth to have a look at ...)?

Many thanks in advance,

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