Stand Alone Erlang
Thu Mar 11 12:44:33 CET 2004
Hi Dr Joe,
btw, do you get to wear a pincushion instead of a common mortarboard? Or
do the Swedes leave such excentricities to English? :-)
Well, the SAE seems to work out of the box without a hitch on R9C-0.
Were going to give SAE a spin on our own applications. I'll keep you
posted, including how easy/hard it is to elink in some of the OTP
libraries like the Megaco stack.
The teabag version is interesting, the next project doesn't appear to
rely on OTP much, if at all. Its not a trivial application, it's for a
SIP protocol load tester. Maybe a good candidate?
On Thu, 11 Mar 2004 11:35:59 +0100 (CET)
Joe Armstrong <> wrote:
> On Thu, 11 Mar 2004, Peter-Henry Mander wrote:
> > Hi Prof Joe,
> **** I did't know I was a Prof :-)
> > What is the state of Stand Alone Erlang? Which is the latest version
> > of Erlang that can used with SAE? This tool will be ideal for
> > delivering our testing tool and emulated product for external use.
> Good question - I don't know.
> It was written for R9X when X < C - and I handed it over to /// - the
> idea was that it sooner or later would creep into the main
> It actually gets built in
> But I havn't tested to see if it still works
> The windows bit definately does not work.
> Try it and see.
> The documentation on
> Should still apply.
> Let us know what happens.
> As an aside I have made "tea-Bag" Erlang - this is a stripped R9C
> (ie throw away as much as possible) and just keep just the stuff you
> I need a minimal system to distribute to a few hundred machines
> (planet lab) and have made teaBag for this purpose.
> If there is any interest I can make it available.
> > Pete.
"The Tao of Programming
flows far away
on the wind of morning."
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