[erlang-questions] Request for comments: gut, a template printing, aka scaffolding, tool for Erlang. Like rails generate or yeoman

Anthony Ramine <>
Tue Nov 11 11:59:30 CET 2014

What about renaming the 'Stalin' example tree in your readme file?

Le 10 nov. 2014 à 17:19, Federico Carrone <> a écrit :

> Hi,
> I have created a small tool for setting up projects (ranch, cowboy projects, etc) and scaffolding files (gen_servers, supervisors, cowboy handlers, gen_fsm, etc) in erlang: https://unbalancedparentheses.github.io/gut/
> The generators are searched and downloaded from github (like yeoman) so thtat anybody can create a generator and use it with gut.
> Version 1 will be released this week after I got some input and comments from the community.
> Please test it and let me know what you think! Obviously this tool is meant for erlang newcomers or people like me that like the tools available in the nodejs, clojure, ruby and python communities.
> Thanks,
> Federico Carrone.
> roadmap:
> Present - v0.8: Basic functionality
> 12 November - v0.9: Better logs
> 15 November - v1.0: Support many variables in generators. Better documentation for example on how to create your own generators. Odds and ends.
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