[erlang-questions] Start module

Lennart Ohman lennart.ohman@REDACTED
Sun Apr 1 19:33:17 CEST 2007

Hi Fredrik,
I am not sure if I now answer something in the middle of a
thread, but unless you have done something to your Erlang
system, modules are automatically loaded on demand. The l/1
shell function you are referring to is only necessary if you
want to reload the module (like after you have a bew better
version available).

If reloading modules in runtime *is* what you want to do and
you want it to be done in som "automagic" way, you need to
look at the API of 'code'. What you will be doing in that case
is actually building a kind of release handler, and requires
understanding of the new/old code concepts.

Best Regards


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> -----Original Message-----
> From: erlang-questions-bounces@REDACTED [mailto:erlang-questions-
> bounces@REDACTED] On Behalf Of Fredrik Hoback
> Sent: Sunday, April 01, 2007 11:21 AM
> To: erlang-questions@REDACTED
> Subject: [erlang-questions] Start module
> Hi, I have a project that I'm working on which consists of several
> modules. These has to be loaded ( l(my_module). ) and started in a special
> order. Since I have 5 modules it is cumbersome to do this every time. Is
> it possible to construct a new module that does this? It should first load
> some modules then start them?
> ------------------------------------
> Fredrik Hoback
> fredrik.hoback@REDACTED

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