Sun May 13 16:16:41 CEST 2012
I am also unable to make rebar work on Windows. Whenever I download
something with a rebar script, I have to basically open it in an
editor "execute" it by hand and hack everything into place... even for
straight forward things with no C compiling like gproc. No fun at
I settled for cygwin Make, and I was able to build a working NIF
module using the compile command indicated in the NIF tutorial. The
Makefile is completely Windows specific, but it meets my needs. This
of course uses Visual Studio... which is a free download and really
not a big deal to install.
On Sun, May 13, 2012 at 8:07 AM, Tony Rogvall <> wrote:
> Dear erlang-ers.
> Is there anyone on this list that do develop on windows ?
> How on earth do you do that ? ;)
> I am trying to get a driver compiled using rebar.
> rebar is nearly working on MingW but git is not available for MingW, the
> reason is somewhat bizarre ...
> rebar is nearly working on cygwin but there is some path problem that result
> in "access denied".
> Right now I reverted to using a Makefile with MingW, that after lots of copy
> and past finally works.
> Is rebar supposed to be working with cygwin/mingw ?
> I will NOT install Visual Studio XYZ :-)
> "Installing applications can lead to corruption over time. Applications
> gradually write over each other's libraries, partial upgrades occur, user
> and system errors happen, and minute changes may be unnoticeable and
> difficult to fix"
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