[erlang-questions] Newbie tutorials

Todd t.greenwoodgeer@REDACTED
Sun Feb 13 23:37:06 CET 2011

Jerome -

Thanks! As an erl-newbie, I'm really curious about a couple of things:

1. The differences between rebar and sinan, what people use and why

I want to spend as little time as possible wiring up boilerplate and 
figuring out how to package up project dependencies.

2. How to *effectively* peruse the documentation. I wound up extracting 
the erlang man pages into a text file so that I can grep around and find 

I'll stop there, as the reality is that I'm pretty curious about 100 
other things... It's really a full-time job getting up-to-speed on Erlang.


On 2/13/11 1:57 PM, Jerome Martin wrote:
> I wouldn't comment much because I barely scratched the surface of your
> github repo, but unti I dig more, just wanted to say I like the
> approach, thanks for sharing!
> On Sun, Feb 13, 2011 at 10:29 PM, Todd <t.greenwoodgeer@REDACTED
> <mailto:t.greenwoodgeer@REDACTED>> wrote:
>     I'm just starting to document my experiences learning erlang here:
>     https://github.com/ToddG/experimental/tree/master/erlang/wilderness
>     If anyone has comments about what I'm doing, better tools, better
>     ways of approaching and/or explaining... I'd love to get feedback.
>     -Todd
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