SAE in OTP-R10B-2

Sean Hinde sean.hinde@REDACTED
Thu Feb 3 00:59:00 CET 2005

Ahh, SAE works great in R10B-2, you just need to do a few extra manual 
steps which I can't quite recall at the moment.

I also hacked the linker so that if it detects a file called a certain 
name in the current directory it uses that as ring0 rather than the one 
embedded in some other random file in the SAE directory. Lovely !

Hours of fun.


On 2 Feb 2005, at 10:39, Peter-Henry Mander wrote:

> Hi Gurus,
> I tried and failed to install Joe's Stand Alone Erlang toolkit. The
> output from make is copied below. Has anyone here (Dr. Joe for e.g.?)
> managed to resurrect it for R10B-2? Is anyone else trying to use SAE?
> I notice that ecc is no longer part of OTP, and the FAQ does mention 
> its
> removal from therein. The links to ear, ecc, elink and escript are
> broken in /usr/local/bin/ which hints that in a previous version they
> were included.
> Pete.
> _______________________________________________________________
> erl reports version [source] [hipe]
> [1032] make
> # make distribution
> cd src;      make all
> make[1]: Entering directory 
> `/home/pmander/Erlang/SAE-StandAloneErlang/sae-r9b0-1/src'
> /usr/local/lib/erlang/bin/ecc boot_tools_mk.erl
> make[1]: /usr/local/lib/erlang/bin/ecc: Command not found
> make[1]: *** [boot_tools_mk.beam] Error 127
> make[1]: Leaving directory 
> `/home/pmander/Erlang/SAE-StandAloneErlang/sae-r9b0-1/src'
> make: *** [all] Error 2
> -- 
> "The Tao of Programming
>  flows far away
>  and returns
>  on the wind of morning."

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