[erlang-questions] Erlang/OTP R15B has been released
Wed Dec 14 17:51:32 CET 2011
Just installed R15B on OSX (10.6.8).
When running dialyzer (which worked fine R14B04) on a production code,
I got this error:
dialyzer: Unknown dialyzer warning option: behaviours
On Dec 14, 2011, at 4:03 PM, Kenneth Lundin wrote:
> Erlang/OTP R15B has been released.
> This is a new major release of Erlang/OTP
> This is a release with many interesting new features:
> Line number and filename information are now included in exception backtraces. This information will be pretty-printed in the shell and used in crash reports etc. In practice it will be much easier to find where something failed.
> The driver interface has been changed to enable 64-bit aware drivers. Most importantly the return types for ErlDrvEntry callbacks 'call' and 'control' has been changed which require drivers to be changed.
> New in this release is the support for 64 bit Windows.
> CommonTest hooks are now in a final supported version.
> There is a new GUI tool in the observer application which integrates pman, etop, appmon and tv into one tool. The tool does also contain functions for activating tracing in an easy way.
> The Erlang distribution can now be run over the new SSL implementation.
> You can find the README file with more detailed info at
> You can download the full source distribution from
> http://www.erlang.org/download/otp_src_R15B.readme (this file)
> Note: To unpack the TAR archive you need a GNU TAR compatible program.
> For installation instructions please read the README that is part of
> the distribution.
> The Windows binary distribution can be downloaded from
> On-line documentation can be found at http://www.erlang.org/doc/.
> You can also download the complete HTML documentation or the Unix manual files
> We also want to thank those that sent us patches, suggestions and bug reports,
> The OTP Team at Ericsson
> erlang-questions mailing list
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