[erlang-questions] RefactorErl released
Mon Sep 10 22:36:00 CEST 2007
On Sep 10, 2007, at 10:17 PM, Tamas Nagy wrote:
> On Sep 10, 2007, at 4:05 PM, Vlad Dumitrescu wrote:
>> On 9/10/07, lestat <> wrote:
>> Our research team has released RefactorErl (a refactoring system for
>> Erlang) under EPL with seven working refactorings.
>> I haven't had the time to check the code, but do the refactorings
>> work across modules too? Of course, only modules loaded into the
>> database could be affected.
> Yes, it works across modules.
>> Also, how can I work with several databases (for example if having
>> several projects)?
> I think that's a feature request, and a good one. :)
>> I also second Kirill's question: why mysql and not mnesia?
> When we designed the whole system we thought that we will use
> complex queries, which are hard to express in mnesia qlc-s.
> In the end this idea proved to be wrong. The truth is the mysql
> connection right now is the bottleneck of the system.
> The new version we are currently working on will use mnesia and the
> structure of the system will be different.
> It will be able to support - if all goes well - code with any kind
> of macros even non parseable ones, and will be able to preserve the
> original indentation of it.
> Our current release is just the prototype of the system where we
> tried our ideas out.
> But we still thought that it is mature enough to release it and
> have some people try it out to get some feedback.
> A few members will be at the Erlang Workshop. The talk will be
> about the tuple to record refactoring, but I'm sure they will be
> more than happy to answer your questions about the whole system.
I mean if you would like to ask some questions in person. I'm here to
answer all your questions.
> Best regards,
> Tamas Nagy
>> best regards,
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