[erlang-questions] How to include the Erlang runtime in my release?

Adam Lindberg <>
Mon Feb 4 09:02:45 CET 2008


The Erlang runtime system is the {erts, "5.5.5"} entry in your release. You
don't need to install Erlang on the target platform.

Some info on how to start it can be found here:
http://www.erlang.org/doc/design_principles/release_handling.html#11

Cheers,
Adam

On Feb 3, 2008 10:30 AM, Ali Yakout <> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I'm using the erlware otp-base tool to build my release.
> I don't want to install the Erlang when installing my release on other
> machines with no Erlang.
>
> How do I include the Erlang runtime files in my release?
>
> My .app file look like this
>
> {release,{"ebank_rel","1.0"},
>         {erts,"5.5.5"},
>         [{kernel,"2.11.5"},
>          {stdlib,"1.14.5"},
>          {sasl,"2.1.5.1"},
>          {fslib,"5.1.0"},
>          {gas,"4.6.0"},
>          {ebank,"1.0"}]}.
>
> Thanks
>
> Regards,
> Ali Yakout
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