A private FreeBSD Erlang Port
The official port status in Freshports is https://www.freshports.org/lang/erlang/.
Please check FreeBSD official Ports first.
I will no longer maintain this archive regularly.
Jimmy Olgeni has been actively maintaining the original Erlang and other related ports.
Obsolete: tentative revival: for 18.2
18-DEC-2015 1422UTC: 18.2.1 merged to Ports r403962. See http://svnweb.freebsd.org/ports?view=revision&revision=403962. Thx Jimmy Olgeni!
18-DEC-2015 1400UTC: The HiPE patch has been merged to OTP 18.2.1.
18-DEC-2015: This is an unofficial experimental FreeBSD Erlang Port enabling
HiPE for 18.2 on 10.2-STABLE, built based on Jimmy Olgeni's Ports
See https://github.com/erlang/otp/pull/926 for the patch details for HiPE.
http://wiki.freebsd.org/DTrace is a must read for testing DTrace.
At least you've got to do the following things:
- Rebuild the kernel with all the necessary options.
- Add necessary definitions in
make.conf; Erlang BEAM works on the userland.
- Compile the Port with the
dtrace -hwon't work.
dtracecommand with the
rootprivilege when profiling; using
sudomay help. (You don't have to run the target Erlang BEAM privileged BTW.)
- Jimmy Olgeni, for maintaining the original Erlang-related Ports of FreeBSD.
- Stefan Grundmann, for native libs patch based on the erlang-questions mailing list article http://erlang.org/pipermail/erlang-questions/2014-April/078460.html