[erlang-questions] Configuring rebar across directories

Patrice Bruno patrice.bruno@REDACTED
Wed May 29 17:37:54 CEST 2013


I use the following to do what you want to do in rebar.config

% Erlang compiler options
% {i,Dir} : Add Dir to the list of directories to be searched when 
including a file.
%           Allows to share .hrl files across modules without duplicate 
{erl_opts, [{i, "../dir1"}, {i, "../dir2"}, {i, "../dir3"}]}.

with a structure like
with dirX/src and dir/include.

Hope it's help.

Le 29/05/2013 15:58, yashgt@REDACTED a écrit :
> I have
> myapp
> /src
> myapp.erl
> myapp_sup.erl
> /include
> and
> mymodule
> /src
> mymodule.erl
> /include
> mymodule.hrl
> As you can see, I have developed a module which is outside the structure
> of the myapp. If a module in myapp has to use the header files of
> mymodule, what do I need to do in the rebar.config of myapp?
> Currently, when I compile myapp, it gives an error that the mymoduel.hrl
> cannot be found.
> My intention is to develop mymodule as a shared module across several apps.
> Thanks,
> Yash
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