Tue Jan 16 11:08:44 CET 2001
> > I have been playing a lot with code, erl_parse, beam_lib and the
> > likes, and things go pretty well.
>It could be fed into compile:forms, but you'd have to modify it a bit
> - add a module declaration form at the top of the list:
> - remove the auto-generated code for "module_info" functions:
Thanks. I had managed to work it out myself, and it works now.
However, there is a problem: if I try to compile a function with guards, I
get an error from the compiler saying "illegal guard expression". It works
fine to compile it as usual... Any idea why?
Then there is a more general observation: it's not at all easy to navigate
the abstract forms in order to make changes... compared to Lisp, anyway,
because there everything is a list, here the structure is heterogenous...
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