[erlang-questions] Dialyzer problem on OSX 10.6 (Erlang R13B02-1)

Tamas Nagy tamas.nagy@REDACTED
Mon Nov 9 00:35:12 CET 2009

Hi Kostis,

This is what all I get:
$ dialyzer --build_plt -r /usr/local/Cellar/erlang/R13B02-1/lib/erlang/ 
lib/erts-5.7.3/ebin/ /usr/local/Cellar/erlang/R13B02-1/lib/erlang/lib/ 
kernel-2.13.3/ebin/ /usr/local/Cellar/erlang/R13B02-1/lib/erlang/lib/ 
   Creating PLT /Users/lestat/.dialyzer_plt ...

I will try to rebuild erlang with disabling hipe to see if that helps.

I am happy to run some tests/traces you would like to see the results  
of to help.


Tamas Nagy
Erlang Training & Consulting

On 8 Nov 2009, at 19:52, Kostis Sagonas wrote:

> Tamas Nagy wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Am I the only one who cannot build a plt under OSX 10.6 in  R13B02-1?
>> No matter what applications I specify for the initial plt it just  
>> hangs eating processing power but not producing anything.
>> Erlang was installed with homebrew, but that shouldn't matter. Or  
>> maybe it does. (beam is compiled for 64 bit)
>> Here is the command I used:
>> dialyzer --build_plt -r /usr/local/Cellar/erlang/R13B02-1/lib/ 
>> erlang/lib/erts-5.7.3/ebin/ /usr/local/Cellar/erlang/R13B02-1/lib/ 
>> erlang/lib/kernel-2.13.3/ebin/ /usr/local/Cellar/erlang/R13B02-1/ 
>> lib/erlang/lib/stdlib-1.16.3/ebin/
>> I gave waiting for it to finish after ~1 hour (on an old type white  
>> MacBook (MacBook2,1) with 2GB of RAM).
> None of the dialyzer developers has access to such a machine to see  
> what's happening.  Perhaps somebody else in that list might want to  
> report whether this is reproducible or not.
> However, perhaps the following might help: when building the PLT, do  
> you see a message:
> 	Compiling some key modules to native code...
> If so, can you disable hipe (64-bit Mac is not a platform we have  
> ever tested due to no access to such a machine) to see whether this  
> may be the culprit?
> Kostis

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