This is the Windows app named Bakeware whose latest release can be downloaded as v0.2.4.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Compile Elixir applications into single, easily distributed executable binaries. Bakeware extends Mix releases with the ability to turn Elixir projects into single binaries that can be copied and directly run. No need to install Erlang or untar files. The binaries look and feel like the build-products from other languages. Since everything was written quickly and the integration is fairly straightforward, we recommend that you take a look at the examples. The examples are bare bones Elixir scripts, OTP applications, Phoenix applications and more with small changes to their mix.exs files and instructions for running that you can try out for yourself. Assemble the necessary components to create a Bakeware executable that can be distributed across machines to run the script/application without extra environment setup (such as installing Elixir/Erlang, etc).
- For Windows, macOS and Ubuntu
- Bakeware uses Mix releases and inherits the default of starting of Erlang distribution
- Static Compiling OpenSSL into Erlang Distribution
- Create cross-platform binaries
- Erlang distribution
- Command-line arguments
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