rebar(1) Sophisticated build-tool for Erlang projects that follows OTP principles


rebar [-h] [-c] [-v <verbose>] [-V] [-f] [-D <defines>] [-j <jobs>] [-C <config>] [-p] [var=value,...] <command,...>


rebar is an Erlang build tool that makes it easy to compile and test Erlang applications, port drivers and releases.

rebar is a self-contained Erlang script, so it's easy to distribute or even embed directly in a project. Where possible, rebar uses standard Erlang/OTP conventions for project structures, thus minimizing the amount of build configuration work. rebar also provides dependency management, enabling application writers to easily re-use common libraries from a variety of locations (git, hg, etc).


\-h, \--help
Show the program options
\-c, \--commands
Show available commands
\-v, \--verbose
Verbosity level (-v, -vv, -vvv, --verbose 3). Default: 0
\-V, \--version
Show version information
\-f, \--force
Define compiler macro
\-j, \--jobs
Number of concurrent workers a command may use. Default: 3
\-C, \--config
Rebar config file to use
\-p, \--profile
Profile this run of rebar
rebar global variables (e.g. force=1)
Command to run (e.g. compile)


This manual page was written by Nobuhiro Iwamatsu <[email protected]> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).