[erlang-questions] rebar and erlang version compatibility

Jeremy Ong <>
Sun Jan 6 21:57:27 CET 2013


Forgot to CC list:

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Your release name is an empty string in your reltool.config

{rel, "", "1",[myapp,kernel,stdlib,sasl ]},

Try something like

{rel, "myapp", "1",[myapp,kernel,stdlib,sasl ]},

and see if that helps.


On Sun, Jan 6, 2013 at 9:38 AM, Rustom Mody <> wrote:

> One of my colleagues whom I introduced rebar to asked me this.
> Since I am out of depth in erlang matters rather quickly, hoping someone
> here can help
>
> ------------------
> The difficulty is with using Rebar with Erlang. I am using the following
> versions:
> Erlang-(R15B01)
> rebar 2.1.0-pre R15B01
>
> Q 1> Is this an incompatible combination?
>
> I am having difficulties with './rebar -v generate'. I tried varied fudges
> with
> the reltool.config, but am unable to build an embedded node with my app.
>
>
> My dir tree:
> myproj/apps/myapp
> myproj/rel
> myproj/rel/reltool.config
> myproj/rebar.config
> myproj/rebar
>
> myproj/rel directory tree generated with:
> ./rebar create-node nodeid=myapp
>
> rebar.config has a single line:
>         {sub_dirs, ["apps/myapp", "rel"]}.
>
> reltool.config is:
>         {sys, [  {lib_dirs , ["../apps"]},
>        {erts, [{mod_cond, derived}, {app_file, strip}]},
>        {rel, "", "1",[myapp,kernel,stdlib,sasl ]},
>        {rel, "start_clean", "",[kernel,stdlib ]},
>        {boot_rel, "myapp"},
>        {relocatable, true},
>        {profile, embedded},
>        {incl_cond, exclude},
>        {app, sasl, [{incl_cond, include}]},
>        {app, stdlib, [{incl_cond, include}]},
>        {app, kernel, [{incl_cond, include}]},
>        {app, hipe, [{incl_cond, exclude}]},
>        {app, myapp, [{mod_cond, app}, {incl_cond, include}]}
>       ]}.
>
> Q2> I find that the embedded node is not being generated.
>     Can someone guide me to a solution (or the right forum) to raise this
> question
>     for a newbie?
>
>
>
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