[erlang-questions] rebar error

Jared Kofron <>
Tue Mar 20 17:20:44 CET 2012


Hi All,
I sorted it out.  Somewhere deep in the bowels erts was carrying a version tag around
from my old version of erlang.  Starting from scratch was the way to fix this all up.

Thanks for the suggestions -

JK


On Mar 20, 2012, at 2:03 AM, Andy Richards wrote:

> Hi Jared,
> 
> Just a thought have you run ../rebar create-node nodeid=dripline from your releases dir as I thought this command generates these files looking at the rebar wiki.
> 
> https://github.com/basho/rebar/wiki/Release-handling
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> Andy.
> 
> On Tuesday, 20 March 2012, Jared Kofron <> wrote:
> > Hi List,
> > I just upgraded to R15B and now I am getting the following error when I try to generate a release with rebar:
> >
> > ==> release (generate)
> > ERROR: Unexpected error: {'EXIT',
> >                             {{badmatch,
> >                                  {error,
> >                                      {1,
> >                                       "cp: /Users/kofron/Code/Erlang/dripline/release/files/erl: No such file or directory\n"}}},
> >                              [{rebar_file_utils,cp_r,2,[]},
> >                               {rebar_reltool,execute_overlay,4,[]},
> >                               {rebar_reltool,generate,2,[]},
> >                               {rebar_core,run_modules,4,
> >                                   [{file,"src/rebar_core.erl"},{line,402}]},
> >                               {rebar_core,execute,4,
> >                                   [{file,"src/rebar_core.erl"},{line,336}]},
> >                               {rebar_core,process_dir0,6,
> >                                   [{file,"src/rebar_core.erl"},{line,201}]},
> >                               {rebar_core,process_each,5,
> >                                   [{file,"src/rebar_core.erl"},{line,270}]},
> >                               {rebar_core,process_dir0,6,
> >                                   [{file,"src/rebar_core.erl"},
> >                                    {line,181}]}]}}
> > make: *** [release] Error 1
> >
> > erl is definitely in my path.  I agree that dripline/release/files/erl does not exist, but I'm not sure what the fix is here.
> > making clean makes no difference.  Any ideas?
> >
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