Emacs major mode, IDEs, tools?
Wed Sep 4 19:08:24 CEST 2002
I have an Eclipse plugin I have been working on at
erlide.sourceforge.net. It's somewhat usable at the
Whats in CVS is coming along nicely. Erlang Projects,
Code Help, make support etc. I was expecting to finish
up sometime ago but someone broke into my house and
stold my computer. As soon as I get another one I will
get going on it. I had just finished up the beam file
parser for the code completion when my box got taken,
fortunatly its all on sourceforge. I expect to be
done about a few weeks after I get a new box.
As to an erlang emacs mode there is one included in
the Erlang/OTP distrobution. Its not bad really. If
you would like I also have a syntax file for Jedit
around someplace if you use that.
--- Marc Ernst Eddy van Woerkom
> I started work on an already existing large Erlang
> project and wonder what tools are there around that
> might help me to grasp the existing code.
> Is there an Emacs mode, syntax highlighting would
> be a help already?
> Is there any sophisticated graphical IDE, perhaps
> an Eclipse extension that is worth trying?
> The OOP world uses graphical modelers/code
> code reengeering tools like Together, ArgoUML,
> Fujaba.. has anything similiar developed in the
> world of Erlang?
> If not why? Does it make less sense or has simply
> noone done the work so far?
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