towards an Erlang IDE
Vlad Dumitrescu XX (LN/EAB)
Wed Jul 27 10:02:51 CEST 2005
> -----Original Message-----
> [mailto:]On Behalf Of Vance Shipley
> The abstract Erlang syntax trees are not a binary format, it's just a
> more structured textual term format. A source code control system
> should have no problem tracking changes. What I did have in
> mind though
> was automating the conversion to and from normal .erl source files.
> Ultimately the IDE would include an editor which handled all of this
> transparently. It would check out a syntax tree representing
> a module,
> convert it to a source file and place it into the editing window.
Yes, I know. What I meant was that one would be locked on using that specific IDE. Anyone who isn't will only see hard-to-read-by-humans abstract code...
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