[erlang-questions] .erlang file in Windows

Douglas Finke <>
Sun Aug 12 15:10:23 CEST 2007


You can create the directory from the command line.
 
Start | Run then type cmd and press enter.
 
md .erlang 
 
You can then view it in the Explorer.
 
Doug blog: Development In a Blink


Date: Sun, 12 Aug 2007 14:32:37 +0200From: : : [erlang-questions] .erlang file in WindowsHi,reading page 47 in Joe Armstrong's new book, I tried to create a .erlang file, which (as I read earlier) should reside in the bin directory (which is stated otherwise in the book).However, Windows XP OS won't accept a file named ".erlang" (dot in position 1). Any ideas?-- Met vriendelijke groet / with kind regards,    Arie van Wingerden"God likes your code if it's beautiful." -- Joe Armstrong -- Joe ArmstrongDonate free food at http://www.voedselhulp.nl 
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