:lang elixir

Erlang done right

1. Description

This module provides support for Elixir programming language via alchemist.el or elixir-ls.

1.1. Maintainers

This module has no dedicated maintainers. Become a maintainer?

1.2. Module flags

Enable LSP support for elixir-mode. Requires :tools lsp and a langserver (supports elixir-ls).

1.4. Hacks

No hacks documented for this module.

2. Prerequisites

Elixir is required and can be acquired through most OS’s package managers, or through a version management tool such as asdf.

If you want to add support for LSP, be sure to install elixir-ls and enable :tools lsp in your init.el.

To support linting with credo, add :checkers syntax to your init.el.

2.1. Install Elixir

See https://elixir-lang.org/install.html for operating systems not listed here.

2.1.1. With asdf

$ asdf plugin-add elixir
$ asdf install elixir 1.9.1

2.1.2. Arch Linux

$ pacman -S elixir

2.1.3. Gentoo Linux

$ emerge -v dev-lang/elixir

2.1.4. openSUSE

$ zypper install elixir

3. Usage

This module’s usage documentation is incomplete. Complete it?

3.1. Commands

3.1.1. exunit-mode

The exunit-mode prefix is SPC m t. Here is some examples:

command keybind description
exunit-verify-all SPC m t a Runs exunit on all files
exunit-rerun SPC m t r Re-runs last exunit command
exunit-verify SPC m t v Runs exunit on current file
exunit-verify-single SPC m t s Runs exunit for the item on cursor
exunit-toggle-file-and-test SPC m t t Switch between implementation and test
exunit-toggle-file-and-test-other-window SPC m t T Switch between implementation and test in other window

4. TODO Configuration

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5. Troubleshooting

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6. TODO Appendix

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