[erlang-questions] Defining a module whose functions are locally available in any scope

Hynek Vychodil vychodil.hynek@REDACTED
Tue Jan 20 10:13:39 CET 2009

You can use -import() or -include(). .hrl with in-lined functions or its
combination and add it in each reia scope/module.

P.S.: How you will deal with GC of objects when implementaed as processes? I
have same problem with iterators when try implement as J. A. sugest do it as

2009/1/20 Tony Arcieri <tony@REDACTED>

> I have a slightly nonstandard usage of Erlang (i.e. http://reia-lang.org/where I'm trying to implement a set of "main" functions) and would like to
> define a module whose functions are locally available in any scope, ala the
> "erlang" module.
> Is it possible to do this?
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> Tony Arcieri
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