[erlang-questions] [ANN] CEAN 2.0 released

Michael Richter ttmrichter@REDACTED
Wed Jan 11 13:21:11 CET 2012

Congratulations on the massive change and update!

Minor, but embarrassing, typo on the site: "14 achritectures"

On 11 January 2012 08:04, Christophe Romain <
christophe.romain@REDACTED> wrote:

> After three years of no visible activity, i'm happy to announce a new
> release of CEAN.
> More than providing binary packages, now we provide a complete Erlang
> development/build/package framework.
> This way you can even build any other Erlang version you need and build
> your own repositories.
> The aim is to reach a production quality level repository of
> auto-generated Erlang packages, using a cross-platform framework.
> The most valuable CEAN 2.0 features are:
> - Provide both Erlang and Unix shell commands.
> - Build and packaging framework is now Open Source (GPL).
> - Ability to generate packages and standalone installers.
> - Work in cluster environment. It's possible to sync Erlang/CEAN
> installation on several hosts using just one command.
> - Ability to have as many Erlang version installed as needed.
> - Reliable package dependencies generator.
> site: http://cean.process-one.net/
> framework: https://github.com/cromain/**cean<https://github.com/cromain/cean>
> project: https://support.process-one.**net/browse/CEAN<https://support.process-one.net/browse/CEAN>
> Currently supported platforms:
> R12B-5: linux(x86,x86_64) darwin-x86 windows
> R13B04: linux(x86,x86_64) darwin-x86 windows
> R14B04: linux(armel,armhf,mips,mipsel,**powerpc,sh4,sparc,sparc64,x86,**x86_64)
> darwin(x86,x86_64) windows netbsd-x86
> R15B: linux(x86,x86_64) darwin(x86,x86_64) windows netbsd-x86
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"Perhaps people don't believe this, but throughout all of the discussions
of entering China our focus has really been what's best for the Chinese
people. It's not been about our revenue or profit or whatnot."
--Sergey Brin, demonstrating the emptiness of the "don't be evil" mantra.
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