Actually Win 2012 should already have the libraries installed, I wonder
Could you try installing the vcredist manually (download from
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=14632) and see
if anything gets better?
The bin directory not being populated indicates that Install.exe in the
top erlang installation dir could not be run. Could you also try to run
that from a command line and see if it says something interesting (like
"i cannot find the dll's, i'm a very sad windows exe" or something...).
It gets run by the installer at the end to copy some files, it may be
silent if it fails to start...
When installing, you get a log window (that you can see if clicking the
"Show details" button when files are expanded). If you run the x64
installation, with documentation unchecked, klick show details, wait
until the installation is done, then rightclick the log and select "Copy
details to clipboard", you can then paste the log in a mail and send it
to me (p...@erlang.org). If we're lucky, it might contain a hint about
why Install.exe is not run or what happens to the x64 vcredist installer.
On 11/08/2012 06:39 PM, Mark Ward wrote:
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