Reloading modules

Webb Sprague <>
Tue Mar 11 17:45:23 CET 2003


Thanks everybody!  It looks like "c()" should work fine, but Luke Gorrie 
also told me how to check to see if the module is stale.  This should be 
enough to work with now.

W

Vlad Dumitrescu (EAW) wrote:

>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.
>
>regards,
>Vlad
>
>  
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Webb Sprague [mailto:]
>>Sent: Tuesday, March 11, 2003 5:28 PM
>>Cc: 
>>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.
>>
>>Thanks
>>W
>>
>>
>>    
>>





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