Getting concurrency

Vlad Dumitrescu XX (LN/EAB) <>
Tue Jun 14 15:30:08 CEST 2005

From: Ulf Wiger(AL/EAB)
>Vlad wrote:
>> [ In my experience, ets and mnesia tend to appear because 
>> there are no other mutable data structures in Erlang, which 
>> is an artifact of the language design, not of the 
>> concurrency model. ]

>Actually, the ets API can be fully emulated with an Erlang

That's what I meant too. I said "only" because usually there's no need to implement a dedicated server, when ets works so nicely.


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