> change the interactive specification of
> `debug-on-entry' to call `function-called-at-point'.
> Yes. I've suggested this previously. When debugging, you are often
> in an Emacs-Lisp buffer, and this is useful.
_If_ you are in an Emacs-Lisp buffer and consequently have the source
code of the function to be debugged available, edebug-defun is orders
of magnitude more useful for debugging a particular function.
debug-on-entry is much less convenient, but can be used without having
the source at hand.