Elixir script runner
The program starts the runtime system typically for the execution of one or more
scripts. It is similar to iex(1)
exits when the executed script does.
Note that many of the options mentioned here were borrowed from the Erlang
shell, therefore erl(1)
can be used as an
additional source of information on the options.
- Does not halt the Erlang VM after execution.
- Separates the options passed to the compiler from the
options passed to the executed code.
- Allows passing parameters to the Erlang runtime.
- Stores the magic cookie value which is used only when it
wasn't specified via the option --cookie (see
above). If the file doesn't exist when a node starts, it will be
This manual page contributed by Evgeny Golyshev.
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