what versions of windows does erlang run on?
Marc Ernst Eddy van Woerkom
Tue Jul 8 01:35:43 CEST 2003
> This depends heavily on the way your software is digesting (resp.
> writing) lines.
> The best way to avoid this kind of problem is installing Cygwin. (That's
> a Posix/Unix emulation layer for Windows. Not very fast, since it must
> emulate tons of things that don't quite work the same way under Windows,
> but the fastes porting path from Unixoid to Windowsish worlds.)
Why should Cygwin help me here? Do you suggest using Cygwin to compile
my own Windows version of Erlang instead of the official open
source of Erlang?
> I would be interested to read where exactly your code failed.
> I.e. the place where program data didn't match your expectations.
I'll put my stuff online soon (not today and tomorrow, no time),
and will ask for critique of that Erlang code here.
I probably goofed a lot. :)
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