Improved startup and auto-detection of Erlang environment + Misc changes #62

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jetztgradnet commented Apr 14, 2012

Erlang env is searched for in:

  • -root arg
  • <classpath>
  • $PATH (searching for erl)

Other changes:

  • ERTS and OTP versions are detected automatically.
  • loading Erlang environment from class path now works correctly.
  • calling Kilim weaver in Eclipse build, so weaving is also done from within Eclipse
  • added EObjectIterator
  • bumped version to 0.2

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Currently, epmd needs to be started manually, otherwise ej fails. I will add some auto-detection code later, which starts the (internal) epmd, if it is not already running.

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I have written a java based epmd, but it seems to sometimes have issues. Would be great to fix that and run it in the same JVM

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krestenkrab commented Apr 14, 2012

I have written a java based epmd, but it seems to sometimes have issues. Would be great to fix that and run it in the same JVM

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Merge pull request #62 from jetztgradnet/miscchanges2
Improved startup and auto-detection of Erlang environment + Misc changes

@krestenkrab krestenkrab merged commit 8449498 into trifork:master Apr 14, 2012

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What kind of issues? Do you have any error description?

Can you describe the required steps to reproduce this behavior?

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jetztgradnet commented Apr 14, 2012

What kind of issues? Do you have any error description?

Can you describe the required steps to reproduce this behavior?

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Don't remember exactly, I think it had to do with running "real Erlang" with the java epmd.

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krestenkrab commented Apr 14, 2012

Don't remember exactly, I think it had to do with running "real Erlang" with the java epmd.

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