release handling

Sean Hinde <>
Wed Oct 11 15:51:47 CEST 2000


> For a "non-programmer", you're getting into pretty deep waters...
> 
> (:

I agree, and I don't want to be there. I felt even less confident though
about handing over my system to the release handler. At least the tar file I
produced at the bottom of my ocean could be very easily checked to be
correct and hold the right files. I would have just tar'd up the directory
but thought it would be interesting to try another way which gave me only
the files in the .app file.

I guess after two years I'll probably now have to admit to being some kind
of an Erlang Programmer ;) Though definitely not any other kind!!

BR,
Sean



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