[erlang-questions] Emacs Erlang mode: how to compile properly?
Sun Jul 1 03:21:10 CEST 2007
Denys Rtveliashvili wrote:
> - As for Erlang, I can create a makefile and re-run the program every
> time I change and rebuild it, but it look like the development process
> should be similar to the one in LISP. I see that it is possible to
> connect to Erlang machine (at least by using Distel) and do something
> in it.
> * I do not see any way to "rebuild" the whole project and refresh the
> code in virtual machine from Emacs. Is this functionality available?
> * The Ctrl-C Ctrl-K combination does re-compile the currently opened
> document. However, it does so only if all the dependencies are on the
> system path or in the current directory. Which is usually not true, as
> Erlang projects tend to have .erl files in "src" directory and ".hrl" in
> "include". So, when I try to compile an Erlang source code from within
> Emacs it does not do so because it can't find .erl files (which are in
> I hope, there is a description of the development process somewhere.
> Could someone give me a link or write a few words about it?
Lately I've been developing in emacs with distel using the following
(add-hook 'erlang-mode-hook 'my-erl-binds)
(defun my-erl-binds ()
(define-key erlang-mode-map [f5]
(compile "make -k"))))
(define-key erlang-mode-map [f6] 'erl-reload-modules)))
f5 saves the current buffer, runs make to compile the sources, then f6
reloads all the modified modules in whatever erlang node distel is currently
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