[erlang-questions] The Trinity: ERTS, Emulator, Shell

Avinash Dhumane avinash@REDACTED
Sun Jun 10 07:17:45 CEST 2012

Of course, that's where I came from.

Not that I couldn't employ those options to work fruitfully for the  
immediate tasks at hand (towards this end, the online Erlang documentation  
is adequately equipped) but I am trying to get through them into the  
machinery that stands behind them - what that machinery is, how it works,  
and the most importantly, why it is like what it is. This understanding is  
indispensable for my self-adaption to Erlang for solving customers'  
problems. I guess every programmer-to-be (at various levels) of Erlang  
will have this need.

Right now, we have Joe's thesis at one end of the continuum and the (open)  
source code at the end. The 3 books are very good (and I have them all)  
but the desire to know, understand and apply is insatiable! :-)

On Sun, 10 Jun 2012 03:19:10 +0530, CGS <cgsmcmlxxv@REDACTED> wrote:

> Have you tried http://www.erlang.org/doc/man/erl.html for erl options?
> On Fri, Jun 8, 2012 at 10:24 AM, Avinash Dhumane  
> <avinash@REDACTED>wrote:
>> Where may I look further for the basic understanding of spatio-temporal
>> relations among the "things" named as ERTS, Emulator and Shell? The
>> question occurred while I was toying with "erl" as Unix-filter
>> shell-command and couldn't get over the options (to erl) like  
>> "-noshell",
>> "-s", "-detached", init:stop(), and so on in the documentation and in  
>> the
>> FAQ.
>> Thanks
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