Vlad Dumitrescu (EAW)
Tue Mar 11 17:39:32 CET 2003
Hi and welcome! :-)
You can use "c(module)." to compile and load, or "l(module)." to just load the compiled new code. This will do a Code:purge first, and then a code:load. See code module docs for details.
Check the c module, it has a lot of goodies to be used from the shell.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Webb Sprague [mailto:]
> Sent: Tuesday, March 11, 2003 5:28 PM
> Subject: Reloading modules
> First--greetings, and thanks to all the people that made
> Erlang happen.
> It is *really* cool.
> Is there a way to reload modules that you change in the shell.
> Basically, I just want to test them, change, test, etc. If
> I need to
> write something a function, that would be fine, but this
> would help me
> out a lot.
> I did search the archives a little bit, but I couldn't find anything.
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