This release is mainly a stabilization of the R14B02 release (but there are
some new functionality as well).
You can find the README file for the release at
The source distribution and binary distribution for Windows can be
The distribution can also be downloaded using the BitTorrent
protocol. Use the following torrent files to download the source
distribution and binary distribution for Windows:
Note: To unpack the TAR archive you need a GNU TAR compatible program.
For installation instructions please read the README file that is part
of the distribution.
The on-line documentation can be found at: http://www.erlang.org/doc/
You can also download the complete HTML documentation or the Unix manual files
We also want to thank those that sent us patches, suggestions and bug
The Erlang/OTP Team
Kenneth Lundin, Erlang/OTP, Ericsson AB
A small correction regarding the paths to the torrents:
> The distribution can also be downloaded using the BitTorrent
> protocol. Use the following torrent files to download the source
> distribution and binary distribution for Windows:
I downloaded, compiled and tried to "make docs" and "make install-docs".
The first went fine. The result of the latter is the following:
escript: exception error: undefined function xmerl:export_simple/2
in function erl_eval:do_apply/5
in call from erl_eval:expr/5
in call from erl_eval:exprs/5
in call from erl_eval:local_func/5
in call from escript:interpret/4
in call from escript:start/1
in call from init:start_it/1
So, I installed without docs ("make install") and then tried again. The
result was the same. So I removed all escript links and files that I had
had already (some artifacts from previous releases and such) so that I
had only fresh escript in the installation directory and a link in the
prefix (/usr/local/bin) directory. The result was the same. Can somebody
help me, please?
I had the same error, and after some struggles,
finally I changed the shebang line of
to the absolute path to escript, and it worked.
I don't know why it worked,
so I can't tell whether this works for you or not.
Sure I have xmlerl-x.y.z in the lib/ dir, and I can load xmerl in a
normal erlang shell.
Also what's strange is that when I manually execute the command,
(which fails complaining about exception about xmerl:export_simple/2
in the make process),
it succeeds without any errors.
(May be some envvar passed to script is doing something wrong?)
2011/3/17 Lukas Larsson <lukas....@erlang-solutions.com>:
I reported this "strange behavior" for Ubuntu 10.04 / 10.10 some time ago.
2011/3/21 Kazuhiro Ogura <go...@goura.com>:
2011/3/21 Boris Mühmer <boris....@googlemail.com>:
Just for the record, I experienced the same problem on Macintosh (OS X
10.6.7 "Snow Leopard") -- the workaround was the same as Kasuhiro Ogura
described. Other than Java running out of memory a few times (?!?!) both
the executable and the document install went great and I'm having fun with
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