[erlang-questions] how do you build your releases with/without rebar?

Michael Truog mjtruog@REDACTED
Thu Apr 10 11:05:23 CEST 2014

If you need "rebar generate" behavior in a way that doesn't have extra checks blocking its success and is able to report errors (problems rebar has had in the past), without the logic for windows support, there is a script here:

However, relx should be a better way to go, if you can part with your reltool file.  I haven't found all the reltool options to be supported by relx, so I don't believe it is a fit for all situations.

On 04/10/2014 12:18 AM, Benoit Chesneau wrote:
> Hi all,
> I would like to rework the way I am building releases and find a good way to handle the inclusion of dependencies in them. I am generally using the easy path for now by mostly using rebar to get the dependencies but I wonder what others are doing.
> How do you get the dependencies, build them and adding them to the release? Are you using your own scripts? Using a makefile like some? In that case how do you maintain the dependencies list and their upgrades?
> Any feedback is appreciated :)
> - benoit
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