In this thread we’ll publish all articles written in the Adroll Engineering Blog that are related to Elixir
Let’s start with one about how to use dialyzer on a huge project without slowing down your development process.
Should be using Erlex for the warning pretty printing =)
Except they seem to be using rebar3 and erlang, not elixir, so an erlang format is probably much better for them. ^.^
Oh fair. I didn’t read closely enough. Thought they were just invoking with erlang.
New blog post about the relationship between AdRoll Group and The Erlang Ecosystem Foundation: http://tech.adroll.com/blog/culture/2019/07/31/erlang-ecosystem-foundation.html
New article about the rebar3 format plugin that we created with @juanbono and Diego Calero: http://tech.nextroll.com/blog/dev/2020/02/25/erlang-rebar3-format.html
New article about Hank…
Hank is interesting. However, it did seem to callout function definitions that have variables prefixed with
_ as ‘having unused variables’. Worth filing a GitHub issue?
It only warns you about them if they’re in fact unused. That’s the whole point.
I explained the situation in further detail (and with some examples) in this discussion.
In a nutshell: The warning is not about unused variables, it’s about unneeded function parameters.
Ah I see there is already mention of behaviors and a way to silence the error Thanks!