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László Lövei
Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest

László Lövei is a researcher assistant at the Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest, Hungary, his research field is semantic analysis of functional languages. He has been working with Erlang since 2005, and currently he is the leading developer of RefactorErl.

László Lövei is Giving the Following Talks
Refactoring and Analysis with RefactorErl

RefactorErl is a source code analyser and transformer tool aimed at refactoring Erlang software. The tool itself is written in Erlang with a unique approach: semantic analysis results are stored in a Mnesia database to avoid repeated analysis of the same source code, and simple, syntax-based manipulations are available that hide the details of handling separators, comments, and code layout.

This talk introduces the main features of RefactorErl: how you can use it simply as a refactoring tool, and how analysis results can help you during software development and maintenance.