>I wonder if it's possible to use the Erlang VM as a shared library, to be
>included in another program. This for example would allow a nicer
>Can it be done? If yes, is it documented? It would be nice if it was a
>fully encapsulated library (? la SAE), but for now I'd settle for just
>My priority list is to first try it on Windows, and then check Linux.
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Well, on Windows you're in luck, because it's that way since R7; the
emulator is contained in a dll, beam.dll, which is linked to erl.exe and
werl.exe. It is feasible, but not easy, to link it to your own program.
Check the source for werl.exe.
Speaking of a better interface, I've been thinking of that for a long time.
Werl is not much better than the command-line interface, and not all of us
think that shell mode in emacs is the ultimate IDE. When I've finished some
stuff I will look into it.
> Werl is not much better than the command-line interface, and not
It would at least be nice if cut & paste worked properly. Currently
it works just a little bit better than the DOS shell. What I'd really
like is for it to work as XWindows (cut with left, paste with middle).
> all of us think that shell mode in emacs is the ultimate IDE. When
> I've finished some stuff I will look into it.
I've been tempted for some time to rewrite edlin.erl for vi mode.