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Correct erlang.xml regarding autoimports

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@@ -80,7 +80,7 @@ iolist() = [char() | binary() | iolist()]
</desc>
</func>
<func>
- <name>adler32(Data) -> int()</name>
+ <name>erlang:adler32(Data) -> int()</name>
<fsummary>Compute adler32 checksum</fsummary>
<type>
<v>Data = iodata()</v>
@@ -90,7 +90,7 @@ iolist() = [char() | binary() | iolist()]
</desc>
</func>
<func>
- <name>adler32(OldAdler, Data) -> int()</name>
+ <name>erlang:adler32(OldAdler, Data) -> int()</name>
<fsummary>Compute adler32 checksum</fsummary>
<type>
<v>OldAdler = int()</v>
@@ -102,17 +102,17 @@ iolist() = [char() | binary() | iolist()]
<c>Data</c>.</p>
<p>The following code:</p>
<code>
- X = adler32(Data1),
- Y = adler32(X,Data2).
+ X = erlang:adler32(Data1),
+ Y = erlang:adler32(X,Data2).
</code>
<p>- would assign the same value to <c>Y</c> as this would:</p>
<code>
- Y = adler32([Data1,Data2]).
+ Y = erlang:adler32([Data1,Data2]).
</code>
</desc>
</func>
<func>
- <name>adler32_combine(FirstAdler, SecondAdler, SecondSize) -> int()</name>
+ <name>erlang:adler32_combine(FirstAdler, SecondAdler, SecondSize) -> int()</name>
<fsummary>Combine two adler32 checksums</fsummary>
<type>
<v>FirstAdler = SecondAdler = int()</v>
@@ -124,14 +124,14 @@ iolist() = [char() | binary() | iolist()]
the second checksum to be known.</p>
<p>The following code:</p>
<code>
- Y = adler32(Data1),
- Z = adler32(Y,Data2).
+ Y = erlang:adler32(Data1),
+ Z = erlang:adler32(Y,Data2).
</code>
<p>- would assign the same value to <c>Z</c> as this would:</p>
<code>
- X = adler32(Data1),
- Y = adler32(Data2),
- Z = adler32_combine(X,Y,iolist_size(Data2)).
+ X = erlang:adler32(Data1),
+ Y = erlang:adler32(Data2),
+ Z = erlang:adler32_combine(X,Y,iolist_size(Data2)).
</code>
</desc>
</func>
@@ -553,7 +553,7 @@ false</pre>
</desc>
</func>
<func>
- <name>crc32(Data) -> int()</name>
+ <name>erlang:crc32(Data) -> int()</name>
<fsummary>Compute crc32 (IEEE 802.3) checksum</fsummary>
<type>
<v>Data = iodata()</v>
@@ -563,7 +563,7 @@ false</pre>
</desc>
</func>
<func>
- <name>crc32(OldCrc, Data) -> int()</name>
+ <name>erlang:crc32(OldCrc, Data) -> int()</name>
<fsummary>Compute crc32 (IEEE 802.3) checksum</fsummary>
<type>
<v>OldCrc = int()</v>
@@ -575,17 +575,17 @@ false</pre>
<c>Data</c>.</p>
<p>The following code:</p>
<code>
- X = crc32(Data1),
- Y = crc32(X,Data2).
+ X = erlang:crc32(Data1),
+ Y = erlang:crc32(X,Data2).
</code>
<p>- would assign the same value to <c>Y</c> as this would:</p>
<code>
- Y = crc32([Data1,Data2]).
+ Y = erlang:crc32([Data1,Data2]).
</code>
</desc>
</func>
<func>
- <name>crc32_combine(FirstCrc, SecondCrc, SecondSize) -> int()</name>
+ <name>erlang:crc32_combine(FirstCrc, SecondCrc, SecondSize) -> int()</name>
<fsummary>Combine two crc32 (IEEE 802.3) checksums</fsummary>
<type>
<v>FirstCrc = SecondCrc = int()</v>
@@ -597,14 +597,14 @@ false</pre>
the second checksum to be known.</p>
<p>The following code:</p>
<code>
- Y = crc32(Data1),
- Z = crc32(Y,Data2).
+ Y = erlang:crc32(Data1),
+ Z = erlang:crc32(Y,Data2).
</code>
<p>- would assign the same value to <c>Z</c> as this would:</p>
<code>
- X = crc32(Data1),
- Y = crc32(Data2),
- Z = crc32_combine(X,Y,iolist_size(Data2)).
+ X = erlang:crc32(Data1),
+ Y = erlang:crc32(Data2),
+ Z = erlang:crc32_combine(X,Y,iolist_size(Data2)).
</code>
</desc>
</func>
@@ -624,7 +624,7 @@ false</pre>
</desc>
</func>
<func>
- <name>decode_packet(Type,Bin,Options) -> {ok,Packet,Rest} | {more,Length} | {error,Reason}</name>
+ <name>erlang:decode_packet(Type,Bin,Options) -> {ok,Packet,Rest} | {more,Length} | {error,Reason}</name>
<fsummary>Extracts a protocol packet from a binary</fsummary>
<type>
<v>Bin = binary()</v>
@@ -760,29 +760,29 @@ false</pre>
</desc>
</func>
<func>
- <name>erlang:demonitor(MonitorRef) -> true</name>
+ <name>demonitor(MonitorRef) -> true</name>
<fsummary>Stop monitoring</fsummary>
<type>
<v>MonitorRef = reference()</v>
</type>
<desc>
<p>If <c>MonitorRef</c> is a reference which the calling process
obtained by calling
- <seealso marker="#monitor/2">erlang:monitor/2</seealso>,
+ <seealso marker="#monitor/2">monitor/2</seealso>,
this monitoring is turned off. If the monitoring is already
turned off, nothing happens.</p>
- <p>Once <c>erlang:demonitor(MonitorRef)</c> has returned it is
+ <p>Once <c>demonitor(MonitorRef)</c> has returned it is
guaranteed that no <c>{'DOWN', MonitorRef, _, _, _}</c> message
due to the monitor will be placed in the callers message queue
in the future. A <c>{'DOWN', MonitorRef, _, _, _}</c> message
might have been placed in the callers message queue prior to
the call, though. Therefore, in most cases, it is advisable
to remove such a <c>'DOWN'</c> message from the message queue
after monitoring has been stopped.
- <seealso marker="#demonitor/2">erlang:demonitor(MonitorRef, [flush])</seealso> can be used instead of
- <c>erlang:demonitor(MonitorRef)</c> if this cleanup is wanted.</p>
+ <seealso marker="#demonitor/2">demonitor(MonitorRef, [flush])</seealso> can be used instead of
+ <c>demonitor(MonitorRef)</c> if this cleanup is wanted.</p>
<note>
- <p>Prior to OTP release R11B (erts version 5.5) <c>erlang:demonitor/1</c>
+ <p>Prior to OTP release R11B (erts version 5.5) <c>demonitor/1</c>
behaved completely asynchronous, i.e., the monitor was active
until the "demonitor signal" reached the monitored entity. This
had one undesirable effect, though. You could never know when
@@ -800,7 +800,7 @@ false</pre>
</desc>
</func>
<func>
- <name>erlang:demonitor(MonitorRef, OptionList) -> true|false</name>
+ <name>demonitor(MonitorRef, OptionList) -> true|false</name>
<fsummary>Stop monitoring</fsummary>
<type>
<v>MonitorRef = reference()</v>
@@ -812,20 +812,20 @@ false</pre>
<p>The returned value is <c>true</c> unless <c>info</c> is part
of <c>OptionList</c>.
</p>
- <p><c>erlang:demonitor(MonitorRef, [])</c> is equivalent to
- <seealso marker="#demonitor/1">erlang:demonitor(MonitorRef)</seealso>.</p>
+ <p><c>demonitor(MonitorRef, [])</c> is equivalent to
+ <seealso marker="#demonitor/1">demonitor(MonitorRef)</seealso>.</p>
<p>Currently the following <c>Option</c>s are valid:</p>
<taglist>
<tag><c>flush</c></tag>
<item>
<p>Remove (one) <c>{_, MonitorRef, _, _, _}</c> message,
if there is one, from the callers message queue after
monitoring has been stopped.</p>
- <p>Calling <c>erlang:demonitor(MonitorRef, [flush])</c>
+ <p>Calling <c>demonitor(MonitorRef, [flush])</c>
is equivalent to the following, but more efficient:</p>
<code type="none">
- erlang:demonitor(MonitorRef),
+ demonitor(MonitorRef),
receive
{_, MonitorRef, _, _, _} ->
true
@@ -863,7 +863,7 @@ false</pre>
</note>
<p>Failure: <c>badarg</c> if <c>OptionList</c> is not a list, or
if <c>Option</c> is not a valid option, or the same failure as for
- <seealso marker="#demonitor/1">erlang:demonitor/1</seealso></p>
+ <seealso marker="#demonitor/1">demonitor/1</seealso></p>
</desc>
</func>
<func>
@@ -944,7 +944,7 @@ b</pre>
</desc>
</func>
<func>
- <name>erlang:error(Reason)</name>
+ <name>error(Reason)</name>
<fsummary>Stop execution with a given reason</fsummary>
<type>
<v>Reason = term()</v>
@@ -957,7 +957,7 @@ b</pre>
function first). Since evaluating this function causes
the process to terminate, it has no return value.</p>
<pre>
-> <input>catch erlang:error(foobar).</input>
+> <input>catch error(foobar).</input>
{'EXIT',{foobar,[{erl_eval,do_apply,5},
{erl_eval,expr,5},
{shell,exprs,6},
@@ -966,7 +966,7 @@ b</pre>
</desc>
</func>
<func>
- <name>erlang:error(Reason, Args)</name>
+ <name>error(Reason, Args)</name>
<fsummary>Stop execution with a given reason</fsummary>
<type>
<v>Reason = term()</v>
@@ -1483,7 +1483,7 @@ os_prompt%</pre>
</desc>
</func>
<func>
- <name>erlang:integer_to_list(Integer, Base) -> string()</name>
+ <name>integer_to_list(Integer, Base) -> string()</name>
<fsummary>Text representation of an integer</fsummary>
<type>
<v>Integer = int()</v>
@@ -1493,7 +1493,7 @@ os_prompt%</pre>
<p>Returns a string which corresponds to the text
representation of <c>Integer</c> in base <c>Base</c>.</p>
<pre>
-> <input>erlang:integer_to_list(1023, 16).</input>
+> <input>integer_to_list(1023, 16).</input>
"3FF"</pre>
</desc>
</func>
@@ -1932,7 +1932,7 @@ os_prompt%</pre>
</desc>
</func>
<func>
- <name>erlang:list_to_integer(String, Base) -> int()</name>
+ <name>list_to_integer(String, Base) -> int()</name>
<fsummary>Convert from text representation to an integer</fsummary>
<type>
<v>String = string()</v>
@@ -1942,7 +1942,7 @@ os_prompt%</pre>
<p>Returns an integer whose text representation in base
<c>Base</c> is <c>String</c>.</p>
<pre>
-> <input>erlang:list_to_integer("3FF", 16).</input>
+> <input>list_to_integer("3FF", 16).</input>
1023</pre>
<p>Failure: <c>badarg</c> if <c>String</c> contains a bad
representation of an integer.</p>
@@ -2488,7 +2488,7 @@ os_prompt%</pre>
</desc>
</func>
<func>
- <name>erlang:monitor(Type, Item) -> MonitorRef</name>
+ <name>monitor(Type, Item) -> MonitorRef</name>
<fsummary>Start monitoring</fsummary>
<type>
<v>Type = process</v>
@@ -2524,7 +2524,7 @@ os_prompt%</pre>
<note>
<p>When a process is monitored by registered name, the process
that has the registered name at the time when
- <c>erlang:monitor/2</c> is called will be monitored.
+ <c>monitor/2</c> is called will be monitored.
The monitor will not be effected, if the registered name is
unregistered.</p>
</note>
@@ -2558,20 +2558,20 @@ os_prompt%</pre>
</item>
</taglist>
<note>
- <p>If/when <c>erlang:monitor/2</c> is extended (e.g. to
+ <p>If/when <c>monitor/2</c> is extended (e.g. to
handle other item types than <c>process</c>), other
possible values for <c>Object</c>, and <c>Info</c> in the
<c>'DOWN'</c> message will be introduced.</p>
</note>
<p>The monitoring is turned off either when the <c>'DOWN'</c>
message is sent, or when
- <seealso marker="#demonitor/1">erlang:demonitor/1</seealso>
+ <seealso marker="#demonitor/1">demonitor/1</seealso>
is called.</p>
<p>If an attempt is made to monitor a process on an older node
(where remote process monitoring is not implemented or one
where remote process monitoring by registered name is not
implemented), the call fails with <c>badarg</c>.</p>
- <p>Making several calls to <c>erlang:monitor/2</c> for the same
+ <p>Making several calls to <c>monitor/2</c> for the same
<c>Item</c> is not an error; it results in as many, completely
independent, monitorings.</p>
<note>
@@ -3899,11 +3899,11 @@ os_prompt%</pre>
<tag><c>{monitored_by, Pids}</c></tag>
<item>
<p>A list of pids that are monitoring the process (with
- <c>erlang:monitor/2</c>).</p>
+ <c>monitor/2</c>).</p>
</item>
<tag><c>{monitors, Monitors}</c></tag>
<item>
- <p>A list of monitors (started by <c>erlang:monitor/2</c>)
+ <p>A list of monitors (started by <c>monitor/2</c>)
that are active for the process. For a local process
monitor or a remote process monitor by pid, the list item
is <c>{process, Pid}</c>, and for a remote process
@@ -4092,7 +4092,7 @@ os_prompt%</pre>
terminate, it has no return value - unless the arguments are
invalid, in which case the function <em>returns the error reason</em>, that is <c>badarg</c>. If you want to be
really sure not to return you can call
- <c>erlang:error(erlang:raise(Class, Reason, Stacktrace))</c>
+ <c>error(erlang:raise(Class, Reason, Stacktrace))</c>
and hope to distinguish exceptions later.</p>
</desc>
</func>
@@ -4693,7 +4693,7 @@ true</pre>
<tag><c>monitor</c></tag>
<item>
<p>Monitor the new process (just like
- <seealso marker="#monitor/2">erlang:monitor/2</seealso> does).</p>
+ <seealso marker="#monitor/2">monitor/2</seealso> does).</p>
</item>
<tag><c>{priority, Level}</c></tag>
<item>

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