Juan Jose Comellas
Thu Jun 4 18:21:21 CEST 2009
Whenever I press C-c C-d w to get the list of callers for a specific
function the request is sent to the Erlang node but Distel on Emacs is
apparently not receiving any response. The trace I see on Emacs is the
>> REG_SEND: [TYPE erl-pid distel_20432@REDACTED 3 0 0] rex [[TYPE erl-pid
distel_20432@REDACTED 3 0 0] [call code ensure_loaded (distel) [TYPE erl-pid
distel_20432@REDACTED 1 0 0]]]
>> REG_SEND: [TYPE erl-pid distel_20432@REDACTED 2 0 0] rex [[TYPE erl-pid
distel_20432@REDACTED 2 0 0] [call distel rpc_entry (distel who_calls
(pbx_json encode_api_reply 1)) [TYPE erl-pid distel_20432@REDACTED 1 0 0]]]
<< SEND: [TYPE erl-pid distel_20432@REDACTED 3 0 0] [rex [module distel]]
The different versions of the software involved are:
Ubuntu Linux 9.04 (amd64)
Emacs 188.8.131.52 (from the emacs-snapshot package)
Distel (from SVN trunk)
Please let me know if there is any other information I can provide you.
On Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 1:10 PM, mats cronqvist <masse@REDACTED> wrote:
> Juan Jose Comellas <juanjo@REDACTED> writes:
> > It's failing for me too with Erlang R13B on Ubuntu Jaunty (amd64). It
> > without any problems using Erlang R12B-5. I see no error on Emacs' side,
> > the message that it is sending to Erlang seems to block for this
> > functionality.
> "seems to block?" could you expand on that?
> > On Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 10:38 AM, Robert Dionne <
> >> wrote:
> >> Are there any Distel users out here? If so have you used the "who calls"
> >> functionality successfully? I'm working off a GitHub version of Distel
> >> using Aquamacs on OS X 10.4 with Erlang R13B
> >> Everything else works fine, debugger. Meta-., etc.. I wasn't even aware
> >> "who calls" was supported as it's not in the info file. Any pointers,
> >> great appreciated.
> >> Best Regards,
> >> Bob Dionne
> >>  http://github.com/kunley/distel/tree/master
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