[erlang-questions] Erlang Shell History: enabled.

Max Bourinov <>
Wed Dec 21 13:33:49 CET 2011


Finally it is here! Horray!

Best regards,
Max




On Wed, Dec 21, 2011 at 3:27 PM, Fred Hebert <> wrote:

> I've only tested it with R14B03+, none of the prior versions. It
> apparently doesn't work with older ones. The OS should make no difference
> as the 'global' module doesn't have anything to do with non-Erlang
> languages.
>
> I don't have older versions of Erlang installed anymore, and unless
> someone sends in a patch that makes everything play nice, I don't think
> I'll support it.
>
> On Wed, Dec 21, 2011 at 5:25 AM, Xavier Maillard <>wrote:
>
>> Hi Fred,
>>
>> On Mon, 21 Nov 2011 13:23:25 -0500, Fred Hebert <>
>> wrote:
>>
>> > last week I was on a bus after work and decided to keep on going with a
>> > small project started at the EUC hackathon -- adding shell history to
>> the
>> > Erlang shell.
>>
>> Sounds like a pretty useful thing !
>>
>> > I'm presenting the result of the quick hack:
>> > https://github.com/ferd/erlang-history
>>
>> [ ... SNIP ... ]
>>
>> > Let me know what you think of it. Also: enjoy!
>>
>> I have tried it here but here is what I got as soon as I press the UP
>> and DOWN key:
>>
>> =ERROR REPORT==== 21-Dec-2011::00:34:01 ===
>> Error in process <0.67.0> with exit value:
>> {undef,[{edlin,current_line,[{line,"1>
>>
>> ",{[],[]},none}]},{group,get_line1,4},{group,get_chars_loop,8},{group,io_request,5},{group,server_loop,3}]}
>>
>> THis happens on a slackware GNU/linux system with Erlang R13. Is it
>> supposed to work with any Erlang OTP release ?
>>
>> Regards
>>
>> /Xavier
>>
>>
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