Mon May 31 22:17:08 CEST 2004
If the pre-condition were not Linux I would say this looks
very much like the OSE real-time operating system.
Mon 31 May 2004 19:05 Shawn Pearce wrote:
> Sick and twisted; but here goes...
> I'm currently working with a client who I think would be better off doing
> their development in Erlang - the product is an embedded command and
> control system running on x86/Linux hardware - with plenty of memory
> and disk space to host a complete OTP environment.
> I'm wondering if anyone else on this list who loves Erlang as much as
> I do but has been forced to work in pure C++ has attempted this? I'm
> looking at bringing over:
> - one mailbox per concurrent activity
> - selective receive
> - send/receive as the only synchronization primitive allowed
> (we'll just have to enforce this one through development processes
> and code reviews)
> - no program globals (only registered processes; also will need to
> be enforced through development processes and code reviews)
> - "lightweight" processes.
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