Install from Source
This guide will show you how to install Bondy from its source.
If this is your first time trying Bondy, you might prefer to start with one of our tutorial examples. Some of them use Docker Compose so you can start reviewing Bondy without installing it locally.
- Operating Systems: macOS (Intel|Apple Silicon) or Linux (AMD64|ARM64)
- Erlang 24 or later
- Rebar3 3.17.0 or later
Clone the repository and cd to the location where you cloned it.
To generate a Bondy release to be used in production execute the following command which will generate a tarball containing the release at
rebar3 as prod tar
Untar and copy the resulting tarball to the location where you want to install Bondy e.g. ~/tmp/bondy.
tar -zxvf _build/prod/rel/bondy-1.0.0-beta.28.tar.qz -C ~/tmp/bondy
To run Bondy, cd to the location where you installed it e.g. ~/tmp/bondy and run the following command which will print all the options.
For example, to run Bondy with output to stdout do
And to run Bondy with an interactive Erlang shell do