Using the debugger in emacs is nice: You can step through the code with the
next command, and emacs will always show the code line that is currently executed, like this:
int x; int y; =>int z;
But unfortunately, if your file is long, that pointer
=> will eventually move to the bottom and always show the current line at the bottom of the buffer.
It would be nicer if the pointer
=> always stayed in the middle of the buffer (vertically centered), so that I can see what's coming up right after the current line, before I say
next again, like here:
int y; =>int z; std::cout << z;
Is that possible? Can I set that somewhere?