[erlang-questions] {error,enoent} occurs while staring the Erlang/OTP test_server by ts:install()

Eric Liang <>
Sat Feb 6 08:46:46 CET 2010


On 02/06/2010 01:58 PM, Björn Gustavsson wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 6, 2010 at 4:02 AM, Eric Liang <> wrote:
>
>   
>> I'm trying the Erlang/OTP test_server, but always get the error:
>>     
> Modern versions of the test_server and test suites can be found
> in out git repository. Instructions for building and running the
> tests can be found here:
>
> http://wiki.github.com/erlang/otp/running-tests
>
>   
Thanks you, Björn.

Actually the reason why I use otp release package is because I failed to
compile the sources in git. It looks like there is something mismatching
on the autoconf:

    $ export ERL_TOP=`pwd`
    $ ./otp_build autoconf
    ***************************************************
    ***************************************************
    *** WARNING: System might fail to configure or
    ***          might be erroneously configured
    ***          since autoconf version 2.13 is used
    ***          instead of version 2.59!
    ***************************************************
    ***************************************************

    === running autoconf in lib
    /usr/bin/m4:configure.in:25: cannot open `m4sugar/foreach.m4': No
    such file or directory

I did research the malling-list, somebody said: autoreconf -fis helps.
The configure script was generated, but after configure, I still get the
related error(m4sugar/foreach.m4) while making. Do you have any advice
on this?

Also, any other suggestions will be appreciated . Thanks in advance.

Eric
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