[erlang-questions] I need to call unexported functions from the erlang shell

Kirill Zaborski qrilka@REDACTED
Thu Jun 7 15:20:51 CEST 2007

Do you have any examples how to implement such facets in Erlang?

Best regards,

On 6/7/07, Thomas Lindgren <thomasl_erlang@REDACTED> wrote:

> --- Luke Gorrie <luke.gorrie@REDACTED> wrote:
> > I would very much like a better way to accomplish
> > this than adding
> > -compile(export_all) to all the modules, which is
> > what we do today.
> > I hope one day Erlang adds a better option.
> I\\\'m not sure about what you are trying to accomplish
> here, but a simple way to export all functions without
> showing it in the source code is to pass +export_all
> to erlc. That way, you can keep the source pristine,
> disable the option for various static checking, and so
> on, and still get to call the nominally hidden stuff.
> If you\\\'re looking for something more clever, then I
> think it could be a good idea to permit multiple
> exported interfaces. In some cases, I have services
> with multiple kinds of clients, which should use
> different facets. But it could also be used for
> troubleshooting; for instance, a hypothetical \\\"debug\\\"
> interface could provide \\\'all functions\\\'.
> Best,
> Thomas
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