Update: The definition has been updated to include support for atoms, variables and function names as well as additional file extensions. Screen shot and downloadable content have been updated. Thus far I’ve done all of my Erlang development on Fedora using vim or KWrite (which does a decent job in Ruby mode). But today I […]

I’ve got the basic grasp on Erlang but before I can do anything meaningful I need to learn how to test my code  EUnit is the de-facto test framework.  There are a ton of great sites that talk about testing with EUnit – I have linked to several at the end of this post.  I’m […]

One last iteration through my learning exercise of building a word frequency list. In this last post I’m moving away from a dict and to an ets table. I was pleasantly surprised how easy the conversion was. For example printing the output was just converting from dict:fold to ets:foldl. The one parity fail was that […]