3.2.2 Monitor Buffer
The monitor buffer displays all processes that the debugger knows
about, line-by-line. This includes all processes that have run
interpreted code, and all that are stopped in breakpoints. The current
status of each process is shown – running, at breakpoint, or
exited. You can attach to a debugged process by pressing RET on
its summary line.
- Popup an attach buffer for a process.
- Hide the Monitor buffer and restore Emacs' window configuration to the
way it was before.
- Kill the monitor. This disconnects Emacs from the Erlang node's
debugging state and deletes all the local debugging state
(e.g. breakpoints in buffers.) The next debugger command will
automatically re-attach the monitor.