[erlang-questions] Oddity from erlc (R12B-1), can't read a .rel file.

Michael T. Richter ttmrichter@REDACTED
Sat Mar 22 12:27:04 CET 2008

OK, I think I'm overlooking something really obvious here, but I can't
spot it.

        michael@REDACTED:~/Development/Erlang/eproxy$ make
        erlc -o ./ebin -pa ./ebin ./src/eproxy.rel
        Cannot read
        make: *** [ebin/eproxy.boot] Error 1
        michael@REDACTED:~/Development/Erlang/eproxy$ cd src
        michael@REDACTED:~/Development/Erlang/eproxy/src$ pwd
        michael@REDACTED:~/Development/Erlang/eproxy/src$ cat eproxy.rel
        %%% Author      : Michael T. Richter
        %%% Copyright   : (c)2008 Michael T. Richter
        %%% Created     : 2008-03-22
            {"eproxy", "0.1"},
            {erts, "5.6.1"},
                {kernel, "2.12.1"},
                {stdlib, "1.15.1"},
                {sasl, ""},
                {eproxy, "0.1"}
        michael@REDACTED:~/Development/Erlang/eproxy/src$ ls -l eproxy.rel
        -rw-r--r-- 1 michael michael 493 2008-03-22 19:14 eproxy.rel

So, the file is there, erlc is looking in the right directory for it,
the permissions aren't anything wonky -- so why can't it read the file?
I can't see anything wrong here.

Michael T. Richter <ttmrichter@REDACTED> (GoogleTalk:
There are two ways of constructing a software design. One way is to make
it so simple that there are obviously no deficiencies. And the other way
is to make it so complicated that there are no obvious deficiencies.
(Charles Hoare)
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