[erlang-questions] Prompting before closing shell

Kenneth Lundin kenneth.lundin@REDACTED
Wed Mar 7 12:48:20 CET 2007


Have you read this:

erlsrv is a utility which makes it possible to run an Erlang-node as a
Windows service. This enables start of the Erlang-node when the
machine is booted up
and the Erlang-node will not be terminated because the user that
started it is logged out.

This may not solve your problem with the shell, but this is the
recommended way to
run a "non-stop" Erlang application on Windows.


On 3/7/07, Surindar Sivanesan <surindar.shanthi@REDACTED> wrote:
> Dear all,
> The question might be silly.
> We have developed a server application in erlang that need to be run
> throughout the day.
> We are using Windows Server 2003 as server. If we are closing the erlang
> shell which is running in the server, it will not give any warning message.
> Is it possible to give a warning message before closing the erlang shell?
> Your inputs are welcome.
> Thanks in advance.
> --
> with regards,
> S.Surindar
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