Thu Sep 4 15:32:14 CEST 2003
Richard Carlsson <richardc@REDACTED> writes:
> If you take a look at the module 'epp_dodger.erl' in the syntax_tools
> contribution, it does a similar trick to get code containing macros past
> the parser. (It handles most "sane" uses of macros.) You might be able
> to use it directly, or just steal some parts of the code.
Also note that syntax_tools is in the Jungerl, so if you want to use
it with Distel you may not have to do a separate download.
For Distel I always have an Erlang node running like this:
$JUNGERL/bin/jerl -sname x -pa $OUR_SYSTEM/lib/*/ebin/
'jerl' is just a wrapper to include all the Jungerl code in the code
path (so you get syntax_tools), and the -pa with wildcard adds all the
code in our system to the code path (so that the TAGS-like stuff
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