Unsettling dialyzer errors

Nicolas Martyanoff khaelin@REDACTED
Sun Feb 28 22:11:49 CET 2021

Josef Svenningsson <josef.svenningsson@REDACTED> writes:

> On 2/28/21 11:39 AM, Josef Svenningsson wrote:
> No, Gradualizer is not saying that foo/1 should take arguments of type
> t1(). It's saying that the program calls f1/1 with a variable of type
> t1()|t2() but the declared type of f1/1 only accepts arguments of t1().
> Hence the error.
> Gradualizer looks at the declared types of functions and will report an
> error if there is an incompatibility, but it doesn't "expect" the types to
> be anything.
This is the behaviour I expect from a type checker. Too many times, I
end up with errors about types that Dialyzer itself inferred,
having to find out how they relate to the type specifications I

I'll try to run Gradualizer on my main codebase, it should be quite

Nicolas Martyanoff

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