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erlapp.template a basic erlang/OTP application skeleton This is a minimal erlang/OTP app, with everything you need to get up and running. It tries to follow best practices, while providing everything necessary to start development. Compared to rebar's "create-app", erlapp is much more complete. It includes the following files and folders: ebin/ % .app and .beam files deps/ % dependencies dev/ | start % startup script | start.args % startup arguments | priv/ % application-specific files src/ | erlapp.app.src % erlapp.app template | erlapp.erl % entry-point | erlapp_app.erl % application | erlapp_sup.erl % supervisor | erlapp_server.erl % gen_server | Makefile rebar.config .gitignore erlapp also comes with the sync <https://github.com/rustyio/sync> utility, which recompiles and reloads changed code. install ------- Make sure you have the latest version of rebar installed, then clone this repo into ~/rebar/templates. $ mkdir -p ~/.rebar/templates $ cd ~/.rebar/templates $ git clone --recursive git://github.com/cloudhead/erlapp.template.git setup ----- Create the app skeleton, set `appid` to the app name $ rebar create template=erlapp appid=myapp Build the application $ make all Start the development console $ dev/start Modules should get recompiled/reloaded when their source is changed. You can also compile the whole project with `make`. Check the Makefile for additional commands.