Thanks - great fun. Makes for an easy way to learn Elixir. Just
transpile into Erlang and read the
On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 10:48 AM, Michael Truog <[email protected]> wrote:
> On 08/08/2017 01:00 AM, Joe Armstrong wrote:
>> The last time I fiddled a bit (yesterday as it happened) - it turned
>> out to be less than
>> blindingly obvious how to call other than trivial elixir code from erlang.
>> I was also wondering about cross-compilation. Has anybody written
>> something that turns
>> erlang code into elixir source code or vice. versa.
> I created a script ex2erl
> (https://github.com/okeuday/reltool_util/blob/master/ex2erl) to convert a
> single Elixir module into multiple Erlang modules. Then it is easy to
> include Elixir source code into an Erlang project without creating a
> dependency on Elixir for all use of the Erlang project. The ex2erl script
> requires an Elixir installation alongside the Erlang installation and
> depends on the Elixir module having the debug_info in the beam output which
> is done by default.
> Best Regards,
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