[erlang-questions] Erlang project dependency management/build tools

Logan, Martin <>
Tue Jan 18 22:09:21 CET 2011


Baishampayan,

if you want to use faxien to install application dependencies into
totally self directed locations try this

faxien fetch-app <app-name> [app-vsn] <path-to-install>

for example

faxien fetch-app ibrowse $HOME/my_erlang_lib

Does this help?

Cheers,
Martin


On 1/18/11 10:42 AM, "Baishampayan Ghose" <> wrote:

>Eric,
>
>> I am more then happy to answer any questions you might have.
>
>Thanks for the help. As a matter of fact, I am right now on to the
>11th Chapter of your wonderful book "Erlang/OTP in Action". I have
>learnt a great deal about Erlang/OTP from your book and I am loving it
>:)
>
>Let me explain my requirements a bit more clearly.
>
>I intend to create an OTP application which will have external
>dependencies (eg. Webmachine). I would ideally want to download the
>dependencies into a folder like deps/ inside my project root since
>that helps me in distributing the application/release cleanly.
>
>I would also like to keep on adding new dependencies in the near
>future. Can Faxien help me with that? So far, I have found Faxien to
>install libraries into a global location which is not something I
>desire.
>
>Rebar lets me do that at the moment but I would prefer to use Sinan
>for building instead because I like the default project layout that
>Sinan creates.
>
>I don't mind using a combination of Rebar and Sinan for my projects
>but at the moment it's not quite clear to me as to how I can achieve
>that.
>
>Thanks in advance.
>
>Regards,
>BG
>
>-- 
>Baishampayan Ghose
>b.ghose at gmail.com
>
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