Running an application from the (unix) command line
Tue Jan 24 10:41:43 CET 2006
Bengt Kleberg wrote:
> moreover, i think that the faq should also mention that ''init stop''
> will be run in parallell with ''hello hello_world''. this is important
> when something longer running than hello_world is started this way :-)
That appears not to be true: when I run
erl -noshell shtest loop -s init stop
it just keeps writing ....
While we are on this subject I'd like to add a few related questions:
1. How do I get rid of the "text junk output" written on standard out in
the beginning of a run? Like:
Erlang (BEAM) emulator version 5.4.5 [hipe] [threads:0] [kernel-poll]
=PROGRESS REPORT==== 24-Jan-2006::09:07:13 ===
(I don't get this with the Windows )
2. There appears to be quite a big start-up cost (or maybe it is
> time erl -noshell -s init stop
may take about a second. Any suggestions in how to reduce this?
Any other suggestions on using erlang standalone as smoothly as possible
will be greatly appreciated.
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