[erlang-questions] Which IDE do you use for Erlang/OTP core development?
Thu Jun 26 16:22:31 CEST 2014
+1 for IntelliJ. Declaration following works very well. They are working
on C/C++ support. The Erlang plugin site says they are also working on a
standalone Erlang IDE which could lower barriers for Erlang newcomers.
I didn't mind using emacs under Linux, but I couldn't get it working right
on Windows so I was driven to ErlIDE. That worked well for a few years,
but the shoddy plugins I used to overcome annoying Eclipse-isms eventually
bricked my installation and drove me to IntelliJ. So far so good with
On Thu, Jun 26, 2014 at 5:42 AM, Camille Troillard <lists@REDACTED> wrote:
> Hello Alexander,
> I use IntelliJ IDEA. While it is not the primary purpose of this editor,
> it has a good plugin for Erlang/OTP.
> The real time-saver of this IDE is the ability to mix and match different
> developing a web-app on top of Erlang, this can be a pretty confortable
> working environment. I am not sure about C though.
> I haven’t had luck with Emacs, I found there was too much configuration,
> not enough documentation, and that ultimately it did not work well on my
> Mac, YMMV.
> On 25 Jun 2014, at 11:18, ami <m3oucat@REDACTED> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I decided to understand how Erlang works from inside.
> > Probably I’ll even become a contributor(I hope).
> > I started with forking https://github.com/erlang/otp, then cloning it
> to my local copy.
> > And it’s quite big. And not only big, there are both C and Erlang
> > 1s-MacBook-Pro:otp a1$ find . -name '*.erl' | wc -l
> > 3650
> > 1s-MacBook-Pro:otp a1$ find . -name '*.c' | wc -l
> > 547
> > I would say, Erlang sources mostly.
> > Here’s my question.
> > Which IDEs do you use to treat all the source tree(both Erlang & C) as a
> single project?
> > I might use one IDE for C and another for Erlang. But it’s quite ugly
> and inconvenient.
> > Though, I’m not the very first person who decided to contribute to
> Erlang/OTP :)
> > So, I think, that somebody already faced with these questions.
> > If you use some
> > * special-designed IDEs(preferably), BTW, do they exist in nature?
> > * emacs plugins(less preferably) or
> > * vim plugins,
> > please share links, configs, etc.
> > The most needed features are:
> > * go to declaration
> > * code completion
> > * easy navigation through the code
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Alexander
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