[erlang-questions] [ANN] The Erlang Development Tool Suite
Mon Nov 26 16:29:54 CET 2012
Thanks a lot for your work!
Having a look at Distel/Wrangler and other IDE-based-on-Emacs
solutions, I have a thought that it is better to have an IDE split
into multiple small modules, which have a as small dependency graph as
possible. With new packaging mechanisms in Emacs 24 it is definitely
possible to make it easy for users to track dependencies. With
features separated into small packages it would be easier for uses to
integrate features of EDTS into their setup. IMVHO :)
On Mon, Nov 26, 2012 at 4:16 PM, Thomas Järvstrand
> My pleasure :)
> I had a look at Wrangler only last week and unfortunately it's very tightly
> integrated with Distel. It's definitely something I would like to have in
> there but I think it will take a bit of work and I'll probably need the
> wrangier devs on board to try and disentangle the dependencies.
> Next things will be to integrate with Dialyzer and the Erlang debugger,
> after that I may get a chance to have a more serious look at wrangler.
> 2012/11/26 Son Tran-Nguyen <esente@REDACTED>
>> Thank you so much to make this package! It's really easy to get everything
>> for Erlang development in one spot.
>> Is there any plan to integrate Wrangler as well?
>> Son Tran-Nguyen
>> On Mon, Nov 26, 2012 at 2:27 AM, Thomas Järvstrand <tjarvstrand@REDACTED>
>>> Using Emacs for your Erlang development? Of course you are!
>>> The Erlang Development Tool Suite for Emacs will make your life a lot
>>> The Erlang Development Tool Suite (EDTS) is a package of useful
>>> tools for working with the Erlang programming language in Emacs. It
>>> bundles a
>>> number of useful external packages, together with specialized Erlang
>>> plugins for
>>> them, and its own features to create a complete and efficient development
>>> environment that is easy to set up.
>>> Currently EDTS provides:
>>> - A snazzy erlang shell wrapper with syntax highlighting and
>>> - In-buffer flymake-like compilation
>>> - In-buffer xref checks
>>> - Rudimentary project support
>>> - Code navigation.
>>> - Auto-completion, using auto-complete-mode
>>> - Auto-highlighting, using auto-highlight-mode
>>> - Convenient access to Erlang documentation
>>> - In-buffer running of unit tests
>>> In the works:
>>> - Dialyzer integration
>>> - A nice interface to the erlang debugger
>>> Find it at:
>>> Special thanks to the people who have helped me turn this into what it
>>> is: Samuel Rivas, João Neves, Håkan Nilsson, Markus Näsman and my eager
>>> group of beta-testers at the Klarna Engineering Department.
>>> Feedback, feature requests and patches would all be highly appreciated.
>>> Thomas Järvstrand
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