Mon Jan 14 04:38:06 CET 2013
This is awesome! I just tried it out. I've been waiting for something
like this! Keep up the good work!
On Sun, Jan 13, 2013 at 12:06 PM, Erik Reitsma <> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have put my port of Erlang to Android on Google Code:
> To install it on your Android device, you should allow applications from
> unknown sources, because the app is not delivered through Google Play (yet).
> The Android device does *not* have to be rooted.
> It depends on Scripting Layer for Android (SL4A). So in order to use it, you
> should first install SL4A r6 from here:
> Then install the APK for Erlang, this one:
> This app is just the installer. Run it to actually install Erlang/OTP. I
> have included as much of OTP as might be remotely useful, so the download is
> 36.5 MB. Of course you want to use the megaco and orber applications on your
> You can use the SL4A API through the module android that I have added. I
> have added a very simple example, to show you how you can make a small gui
> and respond to events. Study the SL4A API to do other Android things.
> You can run some Erlang code by putting your source in the SL4A scripts
> directory on the Android device, which is /sdcard/sl4a/scripts/. The .erl
> file should contain and export a function main/0, which will be called when
> the script is run. The .erl file will be compiled to a .beam file
> automatically, only if the .beam file does not exist. A minor inconvenience
> now is, that if the .erl file is modified, it will not be recompiled unless
> the .beam file is removed. The scripts directory will be in the code path,
> so if you put other .beam files there, they will be found, and .erl files
> there will be compiled too, if necessary.
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