Language Bindings for Erlang Again

Thomas Lindgren thomasl_erlang@REDACTED
Sat Jun 3 00:26:59 CEST 2006

--- Michel Urvoy <michel.urvoy@REDACTED> wrote:

> The other point of view is to open Erlang to other
> language, because
> what is to notice about Erlang? Everybody says that
> it's a very
> attractive language, but as far as I can see, it is
> very few used.
> This is the paradox of Erlang.
> For example, there is now millions of web site, but
> who knows one site written in Erlang?

Look harder.

> And the choice of Erlang (+C) and nothing else is
> not very easy when
> you have on the shelf a lot of code you will not be
> able to reuse.

If that's what you believe, maybe you should read the
documentation a bit more closely.

> Furthermore I should be able to use the hot
> replacement code mechanism
> on the two nodes to update the foreign code.

Hot code loading for other languages is not an Erlang

Basically, it sounds like you are inventing problems
where there aren't any. Why?


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