OTP vs. non-OTP
Fri Jan 31 14:00:39 CET 2003
Martin Bjorklund wrote:
> "Joakim G." <> wrote:
>>2) Only a handful of people seems to be able to grasp all what OTP has
>> to offer.
> So is this a problem? I don't grasp all of OTP (e.g. I know nothing
> about Corba). Does that make OTP a bad thing?
Oh well. With OTP *I* mean modules such as application, supervisor,
gen_server, gen_fsm, supervisor_bridge, gen_event, error_logger,
sys, appup, relup, release_handler, sasl, systools and some more.
I should probably call this set of modules something else to stop
confusing you all with the OTP acronym. Suggestions?
> How many people
> understand (or even know) everything in libc, and they still use it.
>>We should probably not burden the erlang-questions lists with further
>>discussions about this.
> All right; in your office... :)
Come on; Liston. :-)
If you think the pen is mightier than the sword, the next time someone
pulls out a sword I'd like to see you get up there with your Bic.
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