Category Archives: erlang
By Nate Murray | Published: August 5, 2009
Here’s a quick, ugly version of how to get erlang code coverage using rake. This is a rough first draft and the gist below doesn’t include all the needed dependencies. To see the rest of the Rakefile, checkout skelerl.
By Nate Murray | Published: February 10, 2009
Ruby has a great method for enumerations called #each_with_index. It’s a handy way to iterate over a list of elements and and know where you’re at while doing it. Erlang has a group of highly optimized list operations in the lists module (Try erl -man lists to see them all). We’re going to be using [...]