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%%
%% %CopyrightBegin%
%%
%% Copyright Ericsson AB 1996-2013. All Rights Reserved.
%%
%% Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
%% you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
%% You may obtain a copy of the License at
%%
%% http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
%%
%% Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
%% distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
%% WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
%% See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
%% limitations under the License.
%%
%% %CopyrightEnd%
%%
-module(c).
%% Utilities to use from shell.
%% Avoid warning for local function error/2 clashing with autoimported BIF.
-compile({no_auto_import,[error/2]}).
-export([help/0,lc/1,c/1,c/2,nc/1,nc/2, nl/1,l/1,i/0,i/1,ni/0,
y/1, y/2,
lc_batch/0, lc_batch/1,
i/3,pid/3,m/0,m/1,
bt/1, q/0,
erlangrc/0,erlangrc/1,bi/1, flush/0, regs/0, uptime/0,
nregs/0,pwd/0,ls/0,ls/1,cd/1,memory/1,memory/0, xm/1]).
-export([display_info/1]).
-export([appcall/4]).
-import(lists, [reverse/1,flatten/1,sublist/3,sort/1,keysort/2,
concat/1,max/1,min/1,foreach/2,foldl/3,flatmap/2]).
-import(io, [format/1, format/2]).
%%-----------------------------------------------------------------------
-spec help() -> 'ok'.
help() ->
io:put_chars(<<"bt(Pid) -- stack backtrace for a process\n"
"c(File) -- compile and load code in <File>\n"
"cd(Dir) -- change working directory\n"
"flush() -- flush any messages sent to the shell\n"
"help() -- help info\n"
"i() -- information about the system\n"
"ni() -- information about the networked system\n"
"i(X,Y,Z) -- information about pid <X,Y,Z>\n"
"l(Module) -- load or reload module\n"
"lc([File]) -- compile a list of Erlang modules\n"
"ls() -- list files in the current directory\n"
"ls(Dir) -- list files in directory <Dir>\n"
"m() -- which modules are loaded\n"
"m(Mod) -- information about module <Mod>\n"
"memory() -- memory allocation information\n"
"memory(T) -- memory allocation information of type <T>\n"
"nc(File) -- compile and load code in <File> on all nodes\n"
"nl(Module) -- load module on all nodes\n"
"pid(X,Y,Z) -- convert X,Y,Z to a Pid\n"
"pwd() -- print working directory\n"
"q() -- quit - shorthand for init:stop()\n"
"regs() -- information about registered processes\n"
"nregs() -- information about all registered processes\n"
"uptime() -- print node uptime\n"
"xm(M) -- cross reference check a module\n"
"y(File) -- generate a Yecc parser\n">>).
%% c(FileName)
%% Compile a file/module.
-spec c(File) -> {'ok', Module} | 'error' when
File :: file:name(),
Module :: module().
c(File) -> c(File, []).
-spec c(File, Options) -> {'ok', Module} | 'error' when
File :: file:name(),
Options :: [compile:option()],
Module :: module().
c(File, Opts0) when is_list(Opts0) ->
Opts = [report_errors,report_warnings|Opts0],
case compile:file(File, Opts) of
{ok,Mod} -> %Listing file.
machine_load(Mod, File, Opts);
{ok,Mod,_Ws} -> %Warnings maybe turned on.
machine_load(Mod, File, Opts);
Other -> %Errors go here
Other
end;
c(File, Opt) ->
c(File, [Opt]).
%%% Obtain the 'outdir' option from the argument. Return "." if no
%%% such option was given.
-spec outdir([compile:option()]) -> file:filename().
outdir([]) ->
".";
outdir([Opt|Rest]) ->
case Opt of
{outdir, D} ->
D;
_ ->
outdir(Rest)
end.
%%% We have compiled File with options Opts. Find out where the
%%% output file went to, and load it.
machine_load(Mod, File, Opts) ->
Dir = outdir(Opts),
File2 = filename:join(Dir, filename:basename(File, ".erl")),
case compile:output_generated(Opts) of
true ->
Base = atom_to_list(Mod),
case filename:basename(File, ".erl") of
Base ->
code:purge(Mod),
check_load(code:load_abs(File2,Mod), Mod);
_OtherMod ->
format("** Module name '~p' does not match file name '~tp' **~n",
[Mod,File]),
{error, badfile}
end;
false ->
format("** Warning: No object file created - nothing loaded **~n", []),
ok
end.
%%% This function previously warned if the loaded module was
%%% loaded from some other place than current directory.
%%% Now, loading from other than current directory is supposed to work.
%%% so this function does nothing special.
check_load({error, _R} = Error, _) -> Error;
check_load(_, Mod) -> {ok, Mod}.
%% Compile a list of modules
%% enables the nice unix shell cmd
%% erl -s c lc f1 f2 f3 @d c1=v1 @c2 @i IDir @o ODir -s erlang halt
%% to compile files f1.erl , f2.erl ....... from a unix shell
%% with constant c2 defined, c1=v1 (v1 must be a term!), include dir
%% IDir, outdir ODir.
-spec lc(Files) -> 'ok' | 'error' when
Files :: [File :: erl_compile:cmd_line_arg()].
lc(Args) ->
case catch split(Args, [], []) of
error -> error;
{Opts, Files} ->
COpts = [report_errors, report_warnings | reverse(Opts)],
foreach(fun(File) -> compile:file(File, COpts) end, reverse(Files))
end.
%%% lc_batch/1 works like lc/1, but halts afterwards, with appropriate
%%% exit code. This is meant to be called by "erl -compile".
-spec lc_batch() -> no_return().
lc_batch() ->
io:format("Error: no files to compile~n"),
halt(1).
-spec lc_batch([erl_compile:cmd_line_arg()]) -> no_return().
lc_batch(Args) ->
try split(Args, [], []) of
{Opts, Files} ->
COpts = [report_errors, report_warnings | reverse(Opts)],
Res = [compile:file(File, COpts) || File <- reverse(Files)],
case lists:member(error, Res) of
true ->
halt(1);
false ->
halt(0)
end
catch
throw:error -> halt(1)
end.
split(['@i', Dir | T], Opts, Files) ->
split(T, [{i, atom_to_list(Dir)} | Opts], Files);
split(['@o', Dir | T], Opts, Files) ->
split(T, [{outdir, atom_to_list(Dir)} | Opts], Files);
split(['@d', Def | T], Opts, Files) ->
split(T, [split_def(atom_to_list(Def), []) | Opts], Files);
split([File | T], Opts, Files) ->
split(T, Opts, [File | Files]);
split([], Opts, Files) ->
{Opts, Files}.
split_def([$= | T], Res) -> {d, list_to_atom(reverse(Res)),make_term(T)};
split_def([H | T], Res) -> split_def(T, [H | Res]);
split_def([], Res) -> {d, list_to_atom(reverse(Res))}.
make_term(Str) ->
case erl_scan:string(Str) of
{ok, Tokens, _} ->
case erl_parse:parse_term(Tokens ++ [{dot, 1}]) of
{ok, Term} -> Term;
{error, {_,_,Reason}} ->
io:format("~ts: ~ts~n", [Reason, Str]),
throw(error)
end;
{error, {_,_,Reason}, _} ->
io:format("~ts: ~ts~n", [Reason, Str]),
throw(error)
end.
-spec nc(File) -> {'ok', Module} | 'error' when
File :: file:name(),
Module :: module().
nc(File) -> nc(File, []).
-spec nc(File, Options) -> {'ok', Module} | 'error' when
File :: file:name(),
Options :: [Option] | Option,
Option:: compile:option(),
Module :: module().
nc(File, Opts0) when is_list(Opts0) ->
Opts = Opts0 ++ [report_errors, report_warnings],
case compile:file(File, Opts) of
{ok,Mod} ->
Dir = outdir(Opts),
Obj = filename:basename(File, ".erl") ++ code:objfile_extension(),
Fname = filename:join(Dir, Obj),
case file:read_file(Fname) of
{ok,Bin} ->
rpc:eval_everywhere(code,load_binary,[Mod,Fname,Bin]),
{ok,Mod};
Other ->
Other
end;
Other -> %Errors go here
Other
end;
nc(File, Opt) when is_atom(Opt) ->
nc(File, [Opt]).
%% l(Mod)
%% Reload module Mod from file of same name
-spec l(Module) -> code:load_ret() when
Module :: module().
l(Mod) ->
code:purge(Mod),
code:load_file(Mod).
%% Network version of l/1
-spec nl(Module) -> abcast | error when
Module :: module().
nl(Mod) ->
case code:get_object_code(Mod) of
{_Module, Bin, Fname} ->
rpc:eval_everywhere(code, load_binary, [Mod, Fname, Bin]);
Other ->
Other
end.
-spec i() -> 'ok'.
i() -> i(processes()).
-spec ni() -> 'ok'.
ni() -> i(all_procs()).
-spec i([pid()]) -> 'ok'.
i(Ps) ->
i(Ps, length(Ps)).
-spec i([pid()], non_neg_integer()) -> 'ok'.
i(Ps, N) when N =< 100 ->
iformat("Pid", "Initial Call", "Heap", "Reds",
"Msgs"),
iformat("Registered", "Current Function", "Stack", "",
""),
{R,M,H,S} = foldl(fun(Pid, {R0,M0,H0,S0}) ->
{A,B,C,D} = display_info(Pid),
{R0+A,M0+B,H0+C,S0+D}
end, {0,0,0,0}, Ps),
iformat("Total", "", w(H), w(R), w(M)),
iformat("", "", w(S), "", "");
i(Ps, N) ->
iformat("Pid", "Initial Call", "Heap", "Reds",
"Msgs"),
iformat("Registered", "Current Function", "Stack", "",
""),
paged_i(Ps, {0,0,0,0}, N, 50).
paged_i([], {R,M,H,S}, _, _) ->
iformat("Total", "", w(H), w(R), w(M)),
iformat("", "", w(S), "", "");
paged_i(Ps, Acc, N, Page) ->
{Pids, Rest, N1} =
if N > Page ->
{L1,L2} = lists:split(Page, Ps),
{L1,L2,N-Page};
true ->
{Ps, [], 0}
end,
NewAcc = foldl(fun(Pid, {R,M,H,S}) ->
{A,B,C,D} = display_info(Pid),
{R+A,M+B,H+C,S+D}
end, Acc, Pids),
case Rest of
[_|_] ->
choice(fun() -> paged_i(Rest, NewAcc, N1, Page) end);
[] ->
paged_i([], NewAcc, 0, Page)
end.
choice(F) ->
case get_line('(c)ontinue (q)uit -->', "c\n") of
"c\n" ->
F();
"q\n" ->
quit;
_ ->
choice(F)
end.
get_line(P, Default) ->
case line_string(io:get_line(P)) of
"\n" ->
Default;
L ->
L
end.
%% If the standard input is set to binary mode
%% convert it to a list so we can properly match.
line_string(Binary) when is_binary(Binary) -> unicode:characters_to_list(Binary);
line_string(Other) -> Other.
mfa_string(Fun) when is_function(Fun) ->
{module,M} = erlang:fun_info(Fun, module),
{name,F} = erlang:fun_info(Fun, name),
{arity,A} = erlang:fun_info(Fun, arity),
mfa_string({M,F,A});
mfa_string({M,F,A}) ->
io_lib:format("~w:~w/~w", [M,F,A]);
mfa_string(X) ->
w(X).
display_info(Pid) ->
case pinfo(Pid) of
undefined -> {0,0,0,0};
Info ->
Call = initial_call(Info),
Curr = case fetch(current_function, Info) of
{Mod,F,Args} when is_list(Args) ->
{Mod,F,length(Args)};
Other ->
Other
end,
Reds = fetch(reductions, Info),
LM = length(fetch(messages, Info)),
HS = fetch(heap_size, Info),
SS = fetch(stack_size, Info),
iformat(w(Pid), mfa_string(Call),
w(HS),
w(Reds), w(LM)),
iformat(case fetch(registered_name, Info) of
0 -> "";
X -> w(X)
end,
mfa_string(Curr),
w(SS),
"",
""),
{Reds, LM, HS, SS}
end.
%% We have to do some assumptions about the initial call.
%% If the initial call is proc_lib:init_p/3,5 we can find more information
%% calling the function proc_lib:initial_call/1.
initial_call(Info) ->
case fetch(initial_call, Info) of
{proc_lib, init_p, _} ->
proc_lib:translate_initial_call(Info);
ICall ->
ICall
end.
iformat(A1, A2, A3, A4, A5) ->
format("~-21s ~-33s ~8s ~8s ~4s~n", [A1,A2,A3,A4,A5]).
all_procs() ->
case is_alive() of
true -> flatmap(fun (N) -> rpc:call(N,erlang,processes,[]) end,
[node()|nodes()]);
false -> processes()
end.
pinfo(Pid) ->
case is_alive() of
true -> rpc:call(node(Pid), erlang, process_info, [Pid]);
false -> process_info(Pid)
end.
fetch(Key, Info) ->
case lists:keyfind(Key, 1, Info) of
{_, Val} -> Val;
false -> 0
end.
-spec pid(X, Y, Z) -> pid() when
X :: non_neg_integer(),
Y :: non_neg_integer(),
Z :: non_neg_integer().
pid(X, Y, Z) ->
list_to_pid("<" ++ integer_to_list(X) ++ "." ++
integer_to_list(Y) ++ "." ++
integer_to_list(Z) ++ ">").
-spec i(X, Y, Z) -> [{atom(), term()}] when
X :: non_neg_integer(),
Y :: non_neg_integer(),
Z :: non_neg_integer().
i(X, Y, Z) -> pinfo(pid(X, Y, Z)).
-spec q() -> no_return().
q() ->
init:stop().
-spec bt(Pid) -> 'ok' | 'undefined' when
Pid :: pid().
bt(Pid) ->
case catch erlang:process_display(Pid, backtrace) of
{'EXIT', _} ->
undefined;
_ ->
ok
end.
-spec m() -> 'ok'.
m() ->
mformat("Module", "File"),
foreach(fun ({Mod,File}) -> mformat(Mod, File) end, sort(code:all_loaded())).
mformat(A1, A2) ->
format("~-20s ~ts\n", [A1,A2]).
%% erlangrc(Home)
%% Try to run a ".erlang" file, first in the current directory
%% else in home directory.
erlangrc() ->
case init:get_argument(home) of
{ok,[[Home]]} ->
erlangrc([Home]);
_ ->
f_p_e(["."], ".erlang")
end.
erlangrc([Home]) ->
f_p_e([".",Home], ".erlang").
error(Fmt, Args) ->
error_logger:error_msg(Fmt, Args).
f_p_e(P, F) ->
case file:path_eval(P, F) of
{error, enoent} = Enoent ->
Enoent;
{error, E={Line, _Mod, _Term}} ->
error("file:path_eval(~tp,~tp): error on line ~p: ~ts~n",
[P, F, Line, file:format_error(E)]),
ok;
{error, E} ->
error("file:path_eval(~tp,~tp): ~ts~n",
[P, F, file:format_error(E)]),
ok;
Other ->
Other
end.
bi(I) ->
case erlang:system_info(I) of
X when is_binary(X) -> io:put_chars(binary_to_list(X));
X when is_list(X) -> io:put_chars(X);
X -> format("~w", [X])
end.
%%
%% Short and nice form of module info
%%
-spec m(Module) -> 'ok' when
Module :: module().
m(M) ->
L = M:module_info(),
{exports,E} = lists:keyfind(exports, 1, L),
Time = get_compile_time(L),
COpts = get_compile_options(L),
format("Module: ~w~n", [M]),
print_md5(L),
format("Compiled: "),
print_time(Time),
print_object_file(M),
format("Compiler options: ~p~n", [COpts]),
format("Exports: ~n",[]), print_exports(keysort(1, E)).
print_object_file(Mod) ->
case code:is_loaded(Mod) of
{file,File} ->
format("Object file: ~ts\n", [File]);
_ ->
ignore
end.
print_md5(L) ->
case lists:keyfind(md5, 1, L) of
{md5,<<MD5:128>>} -> io:format("MD5: ~.16b~n",[MD5]);
_ -> ok
end.
get_compile_time(L) ->
case get_compile_info(L, time) of
{ok,Val} -> Val;
error -> notime
end.
get_compile_options(L) ->
case get_compile_info(L, options) of
{ok,Val} -> Val;
error -> []
end.
get_compile_info(L, Tag) ->
case lists:keyfind(compile, 1, L) of
{compile, I} ->
case lists:keyfind(Tag, 1, I) of
{Tag, Val} -> {ok,Val};
false -> error
end;
false -> error
end.
print_exports(X) when length(X) > 16 ->
split_print_exports(X);
print_exports([]) -> ok;
print_exports([{F, A} |Tail]) ->
format(" ~w/~w~n",[F, A]),
print_exports(Tail).
split_print_exports(L) ->
Len = length(L),
Mid = Len div 2,
L1 = sublist(L, 1, Mid),
L2 = sublist(L, Mid +1, Len - Mid + 1),
split_print_exports(L1, L2).
split_print_exports([], [{F, A}|T]) ->
Str = " ",
format("~-30s~w/~w~n", [Str, F, A]),
split_print_exports([], T);
split_print_exports([{F1, A1}|T1], [{F2, A2} | T2]) ->
Str = flatten(io_lib:format("~w/~w", [F1, A1])),
format("~-30s~w/~w~n", [Str, F2, A2]),
split_print_exports(T1, T2);
split_print_exports([], []) -> ok.
print_time({Year,Month,Day,Hour,Min,_Secs}) ->
format("~s ~w ~w, ", [month(Month),Day,Year]),
format("~.2.0w:~.2.0w~n", [Hour,Min]);
print_time(notime) ->
format("No compile time info available~n",[]).
month(1) -> "January";
month(2) -> "February";
month(3) -> "March";
month(4) -> "April";
month(5) -> "May";
month(6) -> "June";
month(7) -> "July";
month(8) -> "August";
month(9) -> "September";
month(10) -> "October";
month(11) -> "November";
month(12) -> "December".
%% Just because we can't eval receive statements...
-spec flush() -> 'ok'.
flush() ->
receive
X ->
case lists:keyfind(encoding, 1, io:getopts()) of
{encoding,unicode} ->
format("Shell got ~tp~n",[X]);
_ ->
format("Shell got ~p~n",[X])
end,
flush()
after 0 ->
ok
end.
%% Print formatted info about all registered names in the system
-spec nregs() -> 'ok'.
nregs() ->
foreach(fun (N) -> print_node_regs(N) end, all_regs()).
-spec regs() -> 'ok'.
regs() ->
print_node_regs({node(),registered()}).
all_regs() ->
case is_alive() of
true -> [{N,rpc:call(N, erlang, registered, [])} ||
N <- [node()|nodes()]];
false -> [{node(),registered()}]
end.
print_node_regs({N, List}) when is_list(List) ->
{Pids,Ports,_Dead} = pids_and_ports(N, sort(List), [], [], []),
%% print process info
format("~n** Registered procs on node ~w **~n",[N]),
procformat("Name", "Pid", "Initial Call", "Reds", "Msgs"),
foreach(fun({Name,PI,Pid}) -> procline(Name, PI, Pid) end, Pids),
%% print port info
format("~n** Registered ports on node ~w **~n",[N]),
portformat("Name", "Id", "Command"),
foreach(fun({Name,PI,Id}) -> portline(Name, PI, Id) end, Ports).
pids_and_ports(_, [], Pids, Ports, Dead) ->
{reverse(Pids),reverse(Ports),reverse(Dead)};
pids_and_ports(Node, [Name|Names], Pids, Ports, Dead) ->
case pwhereis(Node, Name) of
Pid when is_pid(Pid) ->
pids_and_ports(Node, Names, [{Name,pinfo(Pid),Pid}|Pids],
Ports, Dead);
Id when is_port(Id) ->
pids_and_ports(Node, Names, Pids,
[{Name,portinfo(Id),Id}|Ports], Dead);
undefined ->
pids_and_ports(Node, Names, Pids, Ports, [Name|Dead])
end.
pwhereis(Node, Name) ->
case is_alive() of
true -> rpc:call(Node, erlang, whereis, [Name]);
false -> whereis(Name)
end.
portinfo(Id) ->
case is_alive() of
true -> [ rpc:call(node(Id), erlang, port_info, [Id,name]) ];
false -> [ erlang:port_info(Id, name) ]
end.
procline(Name, Info, Pid) ->
Call = initial_call(Info),
Reds = fetch(reductions, Info),
LM = length(fetch(messages, Info)),
procformat(io_lib:format("~w",[Name]),
io_lib:format("~w",[Pid]),
io_lib:format("~s",[mfa_string(Call)]),
integer_to_list(Reds), integer_to_list(LM)).
procformat(Name, Pid, Call, Reds, LM) ->
format("~-21s ~-12s ~-25s ~12s ~4s~n", [Name,Pid,Call,Reds,LM]).
portline(Name, Info, Id) ->
Cmd = fetch(name, Info),
portformat(io_lib:format("~w",[Name]),
erlang:port_to_list(Id),
Cmd).
portformat(Name, Id, Cmd) ->
format("~-21s ~-15s ~-40s~n", [Name,Id,Cmd]).
%% pwd()
%% cd(Directory)
%% These are just wrappers around the file:get/set_cwd functions.
-spec pwd() -> 'ok'.
pwd() ->
case file:get_cwd() of
{ok, Str} ->
ok = io:format("~ts\n", [Str]);
{error, _} ->
ok = io:format("Cannot determine current directory\n")
end.
-spec cd(Dir) -> 'ok' when
Dir :: file:name().
cd(Dir) ->
_ = file:set_cwd(Dir),
pwd().
%% ls()
%% ls(Directory)
%% The strategy is to print in fixed width files.
-spec ls() -> 'ok'.
ls() ->
ls(".").
-spec ls(Dir) -> 'ok' when
Dir :: file:name().
ls(Dir) ->
case file:list_dir(Dir) of
{ok, Entries} ->
ls_print(sort(Entries));
{error, enotdir} ->
ls_print([Dir]);
{error, Error} ->
format("~ts\n", [file:format_error(Error)])
end.
ls_print([]) -> ok;
ls_print(L) ->
Width = min([max(lengths(L, [])), 40]) + 5,
ls_print(L, Width, 0).
ls_print(X, Width, Len) when Width + Len >= 80 ->
io:nl(),
ls_print(X, Width, 0);
ls_print([H|T], Width, Len) ->
io:format("~-*ts",[Width,H]),
ls_print(T, Width, Len+Width);
ls_print([], _, _) ->
io:nl().
lengths([H|T], L) -> lengths(T, [length(H)|L]);
lengths([], L) -> L.
w(X) ->
io_lib:write(X).
%%
%% memory/[0,1]
%%
-spec memory() -> [{Type, Size}] when
Type :: atom(),
Size :: non_neg_integer().
memory() -> erlang:memory().
-spec memory(Type) -> Size when
Type :: atom(),
Size :: non_neg_integer()
; (Types) -> [{Type, Size}] when
Types :: [Type],
Type :: atom(),
Size :: non_neg_integer().
memory(TypeSpec) -> erlang:memory(TypeSpec).
%%
%% uptime/0
%%
-spec uptime() -> 'ok'.
uptime() ->
io:format("~s~n", [uptime(get_uptime())]).
uptime({D, {H, M, S}}) ->
lists:flatten(
[[ io_lib:format("~p days, ", [D]) || D > 0 ],
[ io_lib:format("~p hours, ", [H]) || D+H > 0 ],
[ io_lib:format("~p minutes and ", [M]) || D+H+M > 0 ],
io_lib:format("~p seconds", [S])]).
get_uptime() ->
{UpTime, _} = erlang:statistics(wall_clock),
calendar:seconds_to_daystime(UpTime div 1000).
%%
%% Cross Reference Check
%%
%%-spec xm(module() | file:filename()) -> xref:m/1 return
xm(M) ->
appcall(tools, xref, m, [M]).
%%
%% Call yecc
%%
%%-spec y(file:name()) -> yecc:file/2 return
y(File) -> y(File, []).
%%-spec y(file:name(), [yecc:option()]) -> yecc:file/2 return
y(File, Opts) ->
appcall(parsetools, yecc, file, [File, Opts]).
%%
%% Avoid creating strong components in xref and dialyzer by making calls
%% from helper functions to other applications indirect.
%%
appcall(App, M, F, Args) ->
try
apply(M, F, Args)
catch
error:undef ->
case erlang:get_stacktrace() of
[{M,F,Args,_}|_] ->
Arity = length(Args),
io:format("Call to ~w:~w/~w in application ~w failed.\n",
[M,F,Arity,App]);
Stk ->
erlang:raise(error, undef, Stk)
end
end.
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