Developing for multiple releases?

Vlad Dumitrescu XX (LN/EAB) <>
Wed Sep 14 13:07:07 CEST 2005


Me again :-)
 
Is anyone developing code that is to be compiled for/used in nodes running different releases? 
 
If yes, how do your development process look like? Just makefiles, or something more elaborate? Would a tool supporting this (semi)automatically be useful?
 
[
My question refers mostly to the fact that beam code compiled for R10 can't be loaded by a R9 VM. So if I need to support both releases, I need to compile it twice. [*]
 
Library incompatibilities make the code crash, but that can be handled "as usual".
]
 
best regards,
Vlad
 
[*] Or R9 could catch the error, and if the beam file contains debug info, it could extract the abstract code, recompile and reload...
 
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