raywenderlich's article on how to inspect a new code base is a good read, especially the way they solve the third problem, using the
Where The Heck Am I Breakpoint, which works by first pausing the executing and going to the console. executing
rb . -s Wikipedia in lldb will add a breakpoint in all the functions that are found in the passed schema.
The execution will stop very soon since all methods have breakpoints into them, when the execution stops you will be able to determine which class or context are you in.
In order to delete the added breakpoints execute
br del in the lldb console.