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

Federico Carrone <>
Tue Nov 11 16:14:43 CET 2014


I forgot about that, I only put it because it was the first thing that came
to my mind (I am watching The Americans
<http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2149175/>). I need to put a better name, I
will think it while I finish a few issues that need improvement.

Thanks Anthony :).

On Tue, Nov 11, 2014 at 7:59 AM, Anthony Ramine <> wrote:

> 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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