[erlang-questions] How to get the line number of current executable code?
Sat Aug 16 21:41:01 CEST 2008
On 8/16/08, Richard Carlsson <richardc@REDACTED> wrote:
> If you're actually running in interpreted mode (debugging mode), you
> do get the current line, but it's a couple of orders of magmitude
> slower, so you don't want to do that for all your code.
How do I run the vm in debugging mode?
In the AST transformation code for my pet lisp frontend, it's often
hard to tell where a pattern match failed, b/c there can be many
matches within a single function.
It would be /very/ helpful if running in debugging mode gives me the
line #. I can live with performance penalty at development time...
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