Mix v1.10.4 mix compile.elixir View Source
Compiles Elixir source files.
Elixir is smart enough to recompile only files that have changed
and their dependencies. This means if
lib/a.ex is invoking
a function defined over
lib/a.ex is also recompiled.
Note it is important to recompile a file's dependencies as there are often compile time dependencies between them.
--verbose- prints each file being compiled
--force- forces compilation regardless of modification times
--no-docs) - attaches (or not) documentation to compiled modules
--no-debug-info) - attaches (or not) debug info to compiled modules
--ignore-module-conflict- does not emit warnings if a module was previously defined
--warnings-as-errors- treats warnings in the current project as errors and return a non-zero exit code
--long-compilation-threshold N- sets the "long compilation" threshold (in seconds) to
N(see the docs for
--profile- if set to
time, outputs timing information of compilation steps
--all-warnings- prints warnings even from files that do not need to be recompiled
--tracer- adds a compiler tracer in addition to any specified in the
:elixirc_paths- directories to find source files. Defaults to
:elixirc_options- compilation options that apply to Elixir's compiler. See
Code.put_compiler_option/2for a complete list of options. These options are often overridable from the command line using the switches above.