Create function's alias.
First, add Bristow in your dependencies.
Then, add the following option to the erlang compiler flags:
Alternately, you can add it to the module you wish to compile with alias enabled:
In your modules, place an alias attribute after each function you want to create an alias by specifying the name of the alias :
foo(A, B) -> % do something with A and B ok. -alias foo_alias.
You can now call
foo_alias/2 which will do the same as calling
If you want to create multiples alias for a function, just add as many alias you need.
foo(A, B) -> % do something with A and B ok. -alias foo_alias_one. -alias foo_alias_two. -alias foo_alias_three.
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