recommand any tool for testing and tracing of any app or a module in erlang

Micael Karlberg <>
Wed Feb 5 14:46:48 CET 2003


Another (graphic) tool is et, Event Trace, implemented using dbg.
The Megaco application uses et.

/BMK

Francesco Cesarini writes:
 > Check out dbg, as it encapsulates the functinaliity of the trace and 
 > trace_pattern bifs in a somewhat user friendly text based tool. It will 
 > allow you to trace local and global function calls, message passing, 
 > manipulate data, monitor memory consumption, and much much more.
 > 
 > Graphic tools include appmon, to monitor applications, pman to monitor 
 > concurrency, and the debugger, to follow sequential code.
 > 
 > Other tools include eprof, coast (or cover, it changes name every other 
 > release), and seq_trace.
 > 
 > Browse through the manual pages. You will find everything you need.
 > 
 > Regards,
 > Francesco
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 > 
 > Suresh S wrote:
 > 
 > > Hi ,
 > > 
 > > Is there any best recommended tool for testing an
 > > erlang application, or any erlang module.
 > > 
 > > Thanking u for ur time 
 > > 
 > > suresh s
 > > 
 > > 
 > > 
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