can generate a range of Erlang code for translation.
They expect to be supporting Elixir soon, so it may be possible
to create a syntax-checking toolchain based on this service.
There are also some open source QuickCheck-like implementations
There are several substantial Erlang code bases
that have reasonably complete sets of tests.
These can be used to provide "real world" unit and integration testing.
Specifically, it should be possible to set up a testbed to translate code,
check for correct Elixir syntax, and compare behavior.
- other.erldocs.com (Documentation of "other" Erlang apps)
- .../apps.js (list of ~10K projects)
.../<Site>/<User>/<Repo> (entry, for browser)
.../<Site>/<User>/<Repo>/meta.txt (entry, as Erlang)
- Common Test
Used for integration testing by Chef, Cowboy, ETORRENT, Gun, OTP, ...
Used for unit testing by CouchDB, Hackney, Poolboy, Pooler, Riak, ...
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