Mon Jun 8 18:19:57 CEST 2009
I think import/1 is used like this:
"If a module from another package is used repeatedly in a module, an
import declaration can make life easier:
f(X) -> m2:g(X).
g(X) -> m2:h(X).
will make the calls to m2 refer to fee.fie.foe.m2."
Joel Reymont wrote:
> On Jun 8, 2009, at 4:57 PM, Robert Virding wrote:
>> Personally I only use it for importing functions from some very basic
>> modules like lists.
> I was trying to import all functions from a module to simplify a DSL.
> Alas, it seems like I either need to use prefixes or import all
> functions individually.
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