[erlang-questions] how: info on how to traverse abstract format trees?

Gleb Peregud <>
Tue Jun 24 14:10:57 CEST 2008


On Tue, Jun 24, 2008 at 1:57 PM, Tim Fletcher <> wrote:
> The ERTS User's Guide describes the abstract format, but is there any
> info (official or otherwise) on how best to traverse these trees? It's
> possible to get most of the way by just matching on the terms and
> guessing which parts to traverse next, but it would be easier if there
> was a clearer definition of what should be handled.
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You may take a look at newly created "frabjous" project by Kevin Smith

Here it is:
http://weblog.hypotheticalabs.com/?p=275

<quote>
First, it interfaces directly with the compiler and handles all of the
low-level details around iterating over the AST and other parse
transform muck. Frabjous knows all about multi-pass transforms and
provides a persistent state mechanism for parse transformers so they
can remember where they've been and what they're doing.
</quote>

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