Erlang Versus Python

Vladimir Ulogov <>
Wed Mar 1 16:04:23 CET 2000


Samuel Tardieu wrote:
 
> I thought about it, but transparent distribution is not everything: people
> need to build applications that communicate with the outside world using
> sockets.
Again, it wasn't a word about is it good or bad. I'd just note about the
difference. Python - (socket/FNORB/ILU/rpc) , Erlang -
(socket/CORBA/rpc/transparent distribution). And can I remind one more
time, in the Python __only__ socket are part of the standard library
(let assume the host platform supports sockets), in Erlang all these
ways are more well integrated. Thats it.

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