Erlang Extreme Programming & Refactoring, Was: non-telecom in erlang
Fri Feb 7 03:49:41 CET 2003
Eric Merritt <> writes:
> You know what, I never thought of that. That is
> probably the way to go. There is even a good java
> interface to erlang included in the default distro. I
> never thought of that. That would be a much better way
> to handle 'all' of the hard stuff!
This is how Distel does it: Emacs handles the UI, and makes RPCs to a
supporting Erlang module in an Erlang node for "real" work. Our
backend Erlang code is not Emacs-specific at all, so you might be able
to use it too. It would be really nice if we could share a backend for
Emacs and Eclipse and build on each others' features.
The main backend module is here:
It has supporting code for refactoring, completion, dynamic-TAGS,
debugging, profiling, and other things. I'd be very interested in
helping to make it usable for both of us.
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