[erlang-questions] rebar compile from emacs

Mike Oxford <>
Sat May 28 18:39:11 CEST 2011


In your .emacs file, after you include erlang and/or distel, you can change
your erlang-compile to execute "rebar compile" or a makefile (rebar
compile;rebar generated..) or whatever else you'd like.
That will get you past compilation, but I don't know how the reloading works
enough post-node-generation.

Distel's default compile is C-c-C-k but you can remap that as well if you'd
like.

Sorry I cannot be of more help but maybe the above will get you rolling a
little..

-mox





On Sat, May 28, 2011 at 12:17 AM, mabrek <> wrote:

> Hello.
>
> There is erlang.el for emacs, it has interactive function called
> erlang-compile. Is it possible to use it with erlang project that has
> rebar dependencies and uses .hrl files from deps/*/include?
> My final goal is to edit erlang module, hit some key sequence and have
> it compiled and reloaded to some runnning node.
> Reload is done by distel, but it is unclear how to compile from emacs
> because because my modules have -include(...) dependencies.
>
> Regards,
> Anton Lebedevich.
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