There was old experimental COM binding for Erlang . I think it's
not supported anymore and removed from OTP distribution. I had idea to
run it in old Erlang Win32 node.
I didn't used it in the end - end up writing port in VBScript.
 COMET - an Erlang-to-COM driver
On Mar 2, 12:46 am, Michael Mackus <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Is there a way to access win32com using erlang?
> For instance, in python, there's the "win32com" module.
> If you don't understand, I need a way to access functions in a windows DLL
> from erlang. This is for a bot project I'm doing if you are curious, seems
> like it'll get my feet wet with using Erlang.
On 9 March 2011 18:24, Zvi <[hidden email]> wrote:
>  COMET - an Erlang-to-COM driver
Never seen that one before - interesting.
> On Mar 2, 12:46 am, Michael Mackus <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> Is there a way to access win32com using erlang?
Is it win32 or COM that you want? Do you just want to access win32 DLL
with appropriate calling conventions and so on (in which case a NIF or
linked-in driver would probably do it, along with a LoadLibrary system
call) or do you actually want to create COM objects and use COM
interfaces and such like?