|author||Dave Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Mon Jun 04 08:56:51 2012 -0600|
|committer||Dave Smith <email@example.com>||Mon Jun 04 08:56:51 2012 -0600|
Add binary target for pushing new build of rebar into rebar.wiki
rebar is an Erlang build tool that makes it easy to compile and
test Erlang applications, port drivers and releases.
rebar is a self-contained Erlang script, so it's easy to distribute or even
embed directly in a project. Where possible, rebar uses standard Erlang/OTP
conventions for project structures, thus minimizing the amount of build
configuration work. rebar also provides dependency management, enabling
application writers to easily re-use common libraries from a variety of
locations (git, hg, etc).
To build rebar you will need a working installation of Erlang R13B03 (or later).
Should you want to clone the rebar repository, you will also require git.
You can download a pre-built binary version of rebar from:
$ git clone git://github.com/basho/rebar.git $ cd rebar $ ./bootstrap Recompile: src/getopt ... Recompile: src/rebar_utils ==> rebar (compile) Congratulations! You now have a self-contained script called "rebar" in your current working directory. Place this script anywhere in your path and you can use rebar to build OTP-compliant apps.
Use one topic branch per pull request.
Do not commit to master in your fork.
Provide a clean branch without any merge commits from upstream.
Usually you should squash any intermediate commits into the original single commit.
Do not introduce trailing whitespace.
Do not mix spaces and tabs.
Do not introduce lines longer than 80 characters.
Structure your commit message like this:
Fix bug 123
Add 'foobar' command
Change default timeout to 123
A successful run of
make check looks like:
$ make check Recompile: src/rebar_core ==> rebar (compile) Command 'debug' not understood or not applicable Congratulations! You now have a self-contained script called "rebar" in your current working directory. Place this script anywhere in your path and you can use rebar to build OTP-compliant apps. ==> rebar (xref) make: [dialyzer_warnings] Error 2 (ignored)
It is strongly recommended to check the code with Tidier.
Select all transformation options and enable automatic
If Tidier suggests a transformation apply the changes manually
to the source code.
Do not use the code from the tarball (out.tgz) as it will have white-space changes
applied by Erlang's pretty-printer.