I am relatively new in Wolfram Language. What I want to solve is tracing "manipulate" steps in one of the demonstration project example codes. In my particular example, there are nearly 20 user build functions in a Manipulate function, some of them calls old Combinatorica' functions and also hosting many many long lists.
There is no detailed info about evaluating steps in a long "manipulate" code or at least I didn't find a usefull one. I know there are "trace" -"monitor" like functions but these are not effective in a long "Manipulate" cell. After that since I've a little bit experinced in traditional programming so I wanted to trace branches of the programme by using an old fashioned way, you know via Wolfram Workbench in Eclipse, debug commands. But unfortunately, I guess I coudn't do it a right way. So cannot see evaluation steps in a "Manipulate" function and not see series of function calls and stacks.
I really wonder a way to solve "manipulate" evaluation steps. Any help would be appreciated a lot.