MacOS X? [newbie Q.]

Håkan Stenholm <>
Thu Nov 21 00:28:35 CET 2002


Go to http://www.erlang.org/download.html and download the source (the 
latest version) - you'll need to read the Readme file (I attached it 
here so you can read how you are supposed to unpack the source).


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It should be noted that gs - the gui lib, isn't quite working yet.
Note: tk must also be downloaded separately  (check sourceforge) if you 
want to poke around with gs.


On onsdag, nov 20, 2002, at 17:39 Europe/Stockholm, Robert Spector 
wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> I've recently taken up Erlang in the spirit of widening my
> background (which is mostly Java, w/some elisp and C),
> inspired by Joe Armstrong's recent talk at LL2 (Boston).
>
> I downloaded R9 to run on Win2k, read the 4-day course
> and Concurrent Programming Erlang Part 1 (pdf), and
> have enjoyed the experience so far.  Ulf Wiger helped me
> out with some points already, and directed me to this
> list.
>
> My main interest is to experiment w/the distributed aspects.
> I have several MacOS X (10.2 "Jaguar") boxen, but it
> appears that the last attempt to get Erlang running there
> is almost 2 years old, with no reference on the download page.
>
> Can anybody point me to a compatible implementation,
> that I can run against an R9 node.  Or, would this require me
> to attempt to build it myself (no experience in porting to a Mac)?
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> Robert
>


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