The LFE rebar3 plugin provides support for pseudo-packages. There is no such thing as a pckage in Erlang, but using this plugin, you can emulate some of the behaviours of packages.
This is accomplished by traversing top-level source directories for any subdirectories: if the plugin finds any
.erl files in subdirectories under configured source directories, it will create a dotted module name composed of the relative path to that file, and write that name to the
ebin directory after successful compilation.
Here are some examples of how combinations of subdirectories and files will be transformed in their final form as
./src/my.package1.lfe -> ebin/my.package1.beam ./src/my/package2.lfe -> ebin/my.package2.beam ./src/my/other/package.lfe -> ebin/my.other.package.beam ./src/my/really/deeply/nested/package1.lfe -> ebin/my.really.deeply.nested.package1.beam ./src/my/really/deeply/nested.package2.lfe -> ebin/my.really.deeply.nested.package2.beam ./src/my/really.deeply.nested.package3.lfe -> ebin/my.really.deeply.nested.package3.beam ./src/my.really.deeply.nested.package4.lfe -> ebin/my.really.deeply.nested.package4.beam