Starting erl using sh -c

Sean Hinde <>
Wed Oct 25 14:22:03 CEST 2000

> You could try quoting the part of the line that you want sh 
> to run, e.g.
> sh -c 'erl -noinput -s erl_compile etc '

OK that does it. Now I need to figure out how to make erlc.c add in the
quotes. Here goes..


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