Is it possible to create an application release without kernel, stdlib and sasl?

Alexander Kotelnikov <>
Fri Jul 16 12:27:29 CEST 2010


I've never bothered to create OTP releases before and now decided to
learn about it.

I am playing with a tiny application. Normally when a release is
created it includes whole erlang system - kernel, stdlib and sasl.

Bu on
I nocitced that documentation tells about possibly several ROOT
directories, which sounds to be a handy approach: I would not touch my
systems's erlang core installation and in my own ROOT I would have my
application with their ows release processes.

Is there a way to do so? systools provides some means to exclude
undesired applications from a release, but I had not found a way to
install such release to a new ROOT where core erlang applications are
not installed.


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