[erlang-questions] erl -s and erlang program distribution
Wed Feb 14 06:44:29 CET 2007
On Wed, Feb 14, 2007 at 02:23:30AM -0200, Fernando Ipar wrote:
> Hello once again :)
> Please let me know if I'm asking too many questions!
> man erl says if I use the -s (or the -run) flag and pass it a module
> name, it should load that module and look for a function
> I have a module called mysqlha, and amongst other functions, it exports
> However, neither of these work:
> $ erl -s mysqlha
> $ erl -s mysqlha start
> $ erl -run mysqlha
> $ erl -eval 'mysqlha:start().'
> In all cases, I get the usual erlang interpreter
> I'm using erl R11B on Fedora Core 5 (package is erlang-0.1.fc5), on x86,
> if any of that helps you guys..
> If anyone can tell me what I'm doing wrong, I'll be grateful :)
does your start command explicitly create output you expect to see?
if, for example, your last command in start were time(), then make
your last command
also, to exit out of the shell after it runs, do
$ erl -s mysqlha -s init stop
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