[erlang-questions] is CEAN maintained?

Vlad Dumitrescu vladdu55@REDACTED
Mon Jun 6 11:29:45 CEST 2011

Hi Christophe,

On Mon, Jun 6, 2011 at 10:22, Christophe Romain <
christophe.romain@REDACTED> wrote:

> the CEAN framework as been rewritten to be much more easy to deploy
> I use it daily now to handle R12 B13 and R14 at the same time. it
> supports full OTP and compiles 250 other packages (500 declared).
> i need to free 1 or 2 days to finish some tasks on it and publish it.
> it has been tested on Mac Linux(x86/amd64/arm) NetBSD FreeBSD OpenBSD.
> it allows to deploy erlang installation (minimalist/custom/full) in few
> seconds, or starting from scratch with full compilation.
> I can publish it quickly now, and also provide you a full R14B03 binary
> repository. CEAN 2.0 will run the same way old CEAN using erlang command
> line and also provides a shell interface.
> it also allow you to generate your own custom erlang automatic installer
> (self extractable shell script) so you can deploy a minimalist erlang VM
> with your custom code on any system you need, without any dependency, in
> few seconds.
That's great, this is an important step to lower the threshold for starting
up with Erlang!

Please don't hurry for my sake, it's not something I will do right away.

best regards,
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