[erlang-questions] [ANN] erlang.mk build tool

Steve Strong steve@REDACTED
Fri Aug 16 14:27:48 CEST 2013

Looks good - I like simple!  Quick question, does it support multiple applications, for example a project laid out as:  



Most of our stuff is in that form, with shared dependencies between the various apps.  Rebar is quite happy with that format, but I can't see how to persuade erlang.mk to handle that.



Steve Strong
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On Thursday, 15 August 2013 at 16:19, Loïc Hoguin wrote:

> Hello friendly people,
> I would like to make an official announcement of erlang.mk now that all  
> the features I wanted are in.
> erlang.mk is a rebar replacement. It was initially created for allowing  
> a faster development process than rebar and for better compatibility  
> with Linux build tools. It should work on Linux and OSX with GNU Make  
> installed.
> Projects using erlang.mk are still compatible with rebar. Dependencies  
> fetched by rebar are stored in the same deps/ directory, and projects  
> using erlang.mk can still be used as rebar dependencies, with or without  
> a rebar.config file.
> erlang.mk also features a simple package index. Try `make pkg-list` to  
> list all packages currently available. All the packages listed are  
> compatible with erlang.mk with no tweaking required.
> Makefiles written with erlang.mk are *VERY* simple, here are two examples:
> * https://github.com/extend/farwest/blob/master/Makefile
> * https://github.com/extend/cowboy/blob/master/Makefile
> I wrote about erlang.mk and relx recently on the Nine Nines blog.  
> erlang.mk is the perfect companion to relx.
> * http://ninenines.eu/articles/erlang.mk-and-relx
> Here are examples of projects that are using and compatible with erlang.mk:
> * https://github.com/jlouis/etorrent
> * https://github.com/extend/cowboy
> * https://github.com/extend/farwest
> You can find erlang.mk at the following URL:
> * https://github.com/extend/erlang.mk
> Contributions to the package index are of course welcome! The only  
> requirement is that the package is to be compatible with erlang.mk  
> itself. Just send a PR to the erlang.mk project updating the  
> packages.v1.txt!
> Enjoy!
> --  
> Loïc Hoguin
> Erlang Cowboy
> Nine Nines
> http://ninenines.eu
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