easy module reload?
Wed Apr 27 22:53:56 CEST 2005
The Fine Manual tells all:
> Cool..great little tool!!!
> In the post you reference, it says:
> >> I've added this code to my _user_default.erl_
> Is this "user_default.erl" a special file that erlang loads with the
> shell? i.e. How do I get erl to load up with these nice little tools at
> the ready?
> thanks, ke han
> Mark Scandariato wrote:
>> ke.han wrote:
>>> The way I work with erlang is to use a simple external editor and a
>>> erl shell open separately.
>>> When I save a file in the editor, I go test it with the shell. I
>>> have read many erlang docs but can't seem to find a simple "one line"
>>> function to reload my changed code. I can do the initial
>>> compile/load with c(ModuleName), but when I change the code and want
>>> to recompile/reload, I have to use several commands.
>>> Am I missing something? Also, a way to do this on a per .app file
>>> basis would be great. i.e. I want to reloadApp(AppName) and have any
>>> changed files in the app definition recompile and reload. Is this
>>> possible or should I write my own erlang scripts for this?
>>> thanks, ke han
>> Take a look at:
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