EPI: Erlang Plus Interface (http://epi.sf.net)

Rick Pettit <>
Thu Mar 31 00:19:37 CEST 2005


On Wed, Mar 30, 2005 at 10:12:09PM +0200, Héctor Rivas Gándara wrote:
> 
> The Erlang Plus Interface library (EPI) is a tool set of C++ classes to
> easily build applications in C++ what comunicates with Erlang.
> 
> You can download it from http://epi.sourceforge.net.
> 
> The intention of the library is to cover the holes that EI library 
> offers:
> 
>         - An object oriented implementation
>         - A simple API
>         - Extensibility
>         - Abstraction of comunication mechanism
>         - Simplified management of incoming messages (mailboxes)
> 
> 
> EPI is realased under the LGPL license. For details please see the file 
> "COPYING" distributed with EPI.
> 
> EPI works in a similar manner than jinterface the library for java 
> http://www.erlang.se/doc/doc-5.0.1/lib/jinterface-1.2/doc/.
> 
> It have some differences:
> 
>     * All comunication is done throw MailBoxes, no matter if you use 
> self or auto managed nodes.
>     * Epi abstracts the comunication mechanism, and you can extend it 
> with new mechanism (using ErlangTransport interface and 
> ErlangTransportFactory)
> 
> NOTE: EPI is a alfa version and is not complete and probably has a lot 
> of bugs. Testers are wellcome!

Very nice, and thank you. I hope to have time to play with it soon.

-Rick



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