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== Using Faxien and Sinan Overview ==
 
== Using Faxien and Sinan Overview ==
 
Faxien is easy-to-use and convinient tool for managing Erlang/OTP applications and releases in our system. It supports obtaining and publishing packages from and to repositories.
 
Faxien is easy-to-use and convinient tool for managing Erlang/OTP applications and releases in our system. It supports obtaining and publishing packages from and to repositories.
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Sinan is a build system for Erlang/OTP projects, which has support for dependency checking, building, creating releases, tars and running dialyzer.  
 
Sinan is a build system for Erlang/OTP projects, which has support for dependency checking, building, creating releases, tars and running dialyzer.  
 
Both of that products were created by Erlware - a community for Erlang oriented open source projects.  
 
Both of that products were created by Erlware - a community for Erlang oriented open source projects.  
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More information about Faxien and Sinan you can find on
 
More information about Faxien and Sinan you can find on
 
[http://www.erlware.org Erlware home site]
 
[http://www.erlware.org Erlware home site]

Revision as of 10:39, 4 July 2008

Author

Michał Ptaszek

Using Faxien and Sinan Overview

Faxien is easy-to-use and convinient tool for managing Erlang/OTP applications and releases in our system. It supports obtaining and publishing packages from and to repositories.

Sinan is a build system for Erlang/OTP projects, which has support for dependency checking, building, creating releases, tars and running dialyzer. Both of that products were created by Erlware - a community for Erlang oriented open source projects.

More information about Faxien and Sinan you can find on Erlware home site