[erlang-questions] stdapp.mk - yet another Makefile for Erlang apps

Garrett Smith g@REDACTED
Mon Feb 17 23:15:39 CET 2014

Can we do an EUC or San Fran sprint-to-unite-all-Erlang-makefiles?

On Mon, Feb 17, 2014 at 4:08 PM, Richard Carlsson
<carlsson.richard@REDACTED> wrote:
> I recently gave our build system a complete overhaul, and in the process
> created a generic GNU Makefile for building Erlang applications. (Yes, I
> took a quick look at erlang.mk, but it does a lot of stuff that we don't
> currently need, and doesn't do certain things we did need.)
>     https://github.com/richcarl/stdapp.mk
> It currently only has rules for building, not for making releases or
> fetching application dependencies.
> We build some 200+ applications using this file (driven from a top-level
> Makefile). Only 10-15% of those apps need any additional build rules.
> External apps that we build include lager, nitrogen_core, yaws, erlguten and
> many other.
> Design goals have been to keep it straightforward, avoiding too much use of
> GNU magic and trying to make it possible to reuse at least parts of it with
> a non-GNU make. It currently needs gawk, though.
> MIT License, so feel free to use as-is or rip out whatever parts you may
> find useful. Feedback/improvements welcome.
>     /Richard
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