Toolbar makes it easier to use the different Erlang tools - and the user contributions - which are provided. It has a graphical user interface with an icon for each tool. Clicking the icon activates the corresponding tool.
All tools to be included on Toolbar must have a configuration file containing information about the tool, for example its start function and help information location. Configuration files must have the .tool suffix.
When started, Toolbar automatically checks for *.tool files in the current path and adds the corresponding tools. For each ebin directory found in the path, it will also look in a priv directory next to it. This is a feature of the Erlang file structure.
Creates a window containing tool icons.
Returns the current version number of Toolbar.
Makes a search for new tool files in the current path and adds the corresponding tools to Toolbar window.
Starts the GUI used for creating and editing tool files.
Adds the path to the directory where the GS contributions are situated and add the tools found there, if any.