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Unable to compile from git : ./rebar missing #2

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djnym opened this Issue · 5 comments

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@djnym

I did

% git clone git://github.com/mazenharake/cecho.git
% cd cecho
% make

gmake: ./rebar: Command not found
gmake: *** [all] Error 127

I'm not sure if you have a release tar ball or something but I can't find any instructions on how to build.

@sofuture

Grab Rebar from http://github.com/basho/rebar, compile, and drop the rebar executable in your cecho directory.

@mazenharake
Owner

Sorry... I'm reluctant to include rebar and it was initially and option to compile with rebar. I'm not sure about if rebar runs on MacOSX/Linux/Solaris out of the box, this is the reason why I haven't added it yet.

I'll look into it. If it doesn't run on all those straight away then I won't include it and I'll revert to the makefile when make was being used as well (in case one didn't have rebar).

For now you can check out rebar (which is always a good idea anyway) and build it and drop/link it in the root dir of cecho just like jzellner suggests

@djnym

I figured it out, I was surprised though when entop actually had rebar included (entop is great, anyway you can add current function/initial function, if you have unnamed processes its sort of hard to figure out, also more ways to filter what you see would be cool as well, things like filter name by regex, or filter hsize by value greater than X, etc).

Rebar is pure erlang (its just an escript), so will work anywhere erlang is working, you should be able to include it without issue.

Thanks!

@mazenharake
Owner

You are absolutely right... for some reason it is in entop but not cecho, I don't like inconsistency.. I'll handle it soon.

If you have any more ideas about entop I would gladly hear about them but please use some other forum for that... maybe email me straight if you want.

/M

@mazenharake
Owner

Decided to add rebar permanently. 74badb4

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