[erlang-questions] Use of makefiles

Alexander Lamb <>
Thu Feb 28 17:15:44 CET 2008


Thanks to all who answered.

For the time being, I will go with Emakefile using automake from  
process-one. Just tried it and does basically what I need for my first  
steps in actual Erlang coding.

Alex
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Le 28 févr. 08 à 15:04, Alceste Scalas a écrit :

> Il giorno gio, 28/02/2008 alle 12.40 +0100, Alexander Lamb ha scritto:
>> What are the various strategies to manage your build / run or build /
>> deploy cycles?
>
> GNU Autoconf includes some useful Erlang macros:
>
>        http://www.gnu.org/software/autoconf/manual/html_node/Erlang-Compiler-and-Interpreter.html
>        http://www.gnu.org/software/autoconf/manual/html_node/Erlang-Libraries.html
>
> GNU Automake, however, does not support Erlang files (yet).  It means
> that you can easily generate a ./configure script that checks your
> Erlang environment, but then you will need to tweak your Makefile's  
> (or
> Makefile.am's) by hand.
>
> Regards,
>
> alceste
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