[erlang-questions] Windows: checking for available packages?

Bengt Kleberg bengt.kleberg@REDACTED
Fri Aug 7 14:01:03 CEST 2009


When you say package do you mean application or do you mean module?

If you mean module you can do:
code:all_loaded{} and get all loaded modules. That gives you a property
list that can be searched like this:
proplists:get_value( lists, code:all_loaded()).


 On Fri, 2009-08-07 at 11:48 +0000, Elena Garrulo wrote:
> Hello,
> I apologize if this question gets posted twice, but I've tried the
> Google Groups interface and it seemed to not work.
> I'd like to know how you can learn whether a package is available in
> your Erlang installation. To be specific, I'd like to know whether wx,
> ssl and database support is available into precompiled Erlang setup
> for Windows.
> I've tried to import such packages from the Erlang console, but that
> fails. OTOH, "-import(lists)." fails too, and AFAIK "lists" is a
> standard package.
> What I'm doing wrong?
> Thanks.
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