[erlang-questions] Erlang IDE
Tue Nov 17 21:15:04 CET 2009
I recommend ErlIDE if you really want an IDE , it is an Erlang plugin
for Eclipse. It will work
the same on both Linux and Windows.
The more users we get on ErlIDE the better it will get. We are
supporting the development.
If you are used to Emacs you don't need an IDE to be productive in
Erlang. And there are IDE like
Erlang modes for Emacs as well.
But ErlIDE is steadily improving and has features that will attract
even the Emacs fans.
/Kenneth Erlang/OTP Ericsson
On Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 9:01 PM, Garrett Smith <> wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 11:08 AM, NavTux <> wrote:
>> I need good interactive IDE for erlang for both windows and
>> linux<Ubuntu> ,which one is best to work with erlang?
>> It ll be good one if the IDE functions like Netbeans that means If any
>> error happens it shows the tip to rectify
> Have you looked at erlIDE?
> This is probably your best bet, though when I looked at it (a few
> months ago), it was rough around the edges.
> Just to give you an idea how limited the Erlang IDE story is, I
> switched from Vim to Emacs as my main source editor in order to take
> advantages of its Erlang support. IMO, if you're going to invest a
> *lot* of time in Erlang, you'll want to consider a switch as well.
> Unfortunately, that's a huge transition of you do your work in
> Netbeans. Nevertheless, Emacs is the path of least resistance for
> productive development in Erlang.
> Another point to bear in mind... most Erlang projects use automake
> tools for builds... not a happy place for Windows development. I've
> restored to run virtualized Ubuntu on my Windows machines to do any
> Erlang development. Again, path of least resistance. You can certainly
> use Windows, but you're going to hit bumps along the way.
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