[erlang-questions] Wrangler1.2: Added symbolic evaluation and behaviour refactorings

Simon Thompson s.j.thompson@REDACTED
Wed Dec 16 10:21:36 CET 2015

The Wrangler team is very happy to announce a new release of the system which pull together a number of changes and bug-fixes. We’ve added functionality for extracting behaviours from existing code, for some aspects of symbolic evaluation and some more slicing. There are also quite a few bug fixes. Further details below.

Added "Symbolic evaluation" refactorings
Added "Behaviour refactorings"
Added "Backward intra-function slice" inspector
Added support for $(DESTDIR) in Makefile
Fixed typos, rewrited, added typespecs, and cleaned up some parts of the code
Fixed problems:
With prettyprinter when patterns are empty but there is a guard
In "Add a WS operation" transformation
In "Remove a WS opertation argument" transformation
In "Swap Function Arguments" refactoring
In removal of functions from custom refactorings
In error message of API migration
In "Rename module" command output
With atoms that span multiple lines
With callback attribute
With maps
Added check for lists in generalised unification
Restored function api_refac:reset_pos_and_range/1
Removed dependency on r17 eep

View it on GitHub <https://github.com/RefactoringTools/wrangler/releases/tag/wrangler1.2>.
Pablo, Huiqing and Simon

Simon Thompson | Professor of Logic and Computation 
School of Computing | University of Kent | Canterbury, CT2 7NF, UK
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