Using systools:make_script() raises "*WARNING* inets: Source code not found"

Ricardo Catalinas Jiménez <>
Tue Dec 7 12:51:10 CET 2010


Hi,

With R14B release when I run from my app project directory:

systools:make_script("myapp-rel", [local, {path, ["ebin"]}, {outdir, "ebin"}])

Given that my app depends on `inets', creating the script raises the next
warnings:

*WARNING* inets: Source code not found: inets.erl
*WARNING* inets: Source code not found: inets_sup.erl
*WARNING* inets: Source code not found: inets_app.erl
...
... Missing all sources from `inets'
...

It seems that the `src' directory of `inets' is populated with several
subdirectories where the actual code is located:

$ERL_ROOT/lib/inets-5.5/src/
                           |ftp/
                           |http_client/
                           |http_lib/
                           |http_server/
                           |inets_app/
                           \tftp/

Using `strace' under Linux shows that `make_script()' is not able to
look into that subdirectories.


Is there any sane way to make able `make_script()' to find the sources?


By the way, the option `no_module_tests' suppress the warning by
disabling that check:

systools:make_script("myapp-rel", [local, {path, ["ebin"]}, {outdir, "ebin"}], no_module_tests)


Thanks in advance.
-- 
Ricardo


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