[erlang-questions] Distel stays on interpreting
Sun Jul 26 23:42:39 CEST 2009
oh, also if you have flymake turned on, disable it then try, I believe the
distel / flymake issue has been fixed, but again I havent tested.
2009/7/26 Dale Harvey <>
> I havent had the time to properly debug whats happening, however I have
> found that this only happens for me when distel is loaded first time
> specifically to do the interpretation.
> if you load up a file, press M-, to follow a function call to another
> module, then ensures distel is loaded, then when you interpret a module it
> (might) work.
> 2009/7/26 Kaiduan Xie <>
>> I followed the instruction on http://bc.tech.coop/blog/070528.html to
>> give distel a try, but it looked like that Distel stayed on
>> interpreting forever. If I toggle a breakpoint on the current line, it
>> says "Module is not interpreted, can't set breakpoints".
>> The following is from the message buffer,
>> loading = (otp_doc "/home/kaiduanx/distel/ebin/otp_doc.beam")
>> load: [badrpc [EXIT [undef ([distel rpc_entry (distel reload_module
>> (modtest2 nil))] [rpc -handle_call/3-fun-0- 5])]]]
>> loading = (fdoc "/home/kaiduanx/distel/ebin/fdoc.beam")
>> loading = (distel_ie "/home/kaiduanx/distel/ebin/distel_ie.beam")
>> loading = (distel "/home/kaiduanx/distel/ebin/distel.beam")
>> loading = nil
>> (Successfully uploaded backend modules into node)
>> Interpreting: modtest2
>> if: Module is not interpreted, can't set breakpoints.
>> Can someone point out what is wrong?
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