[erlang-questions] Announce: EDTK version 1.5 candidate 1

Chris Newcombe <>
Mon Nov 13 19:11:06 CET 2006


I'll be releasing a second EDTK 1.5 candidate later today, with some
config improvements and better docs on building/patching the required
version of BDB.

> Chris has included a PowerPoint summary of what he did to create a
> robust Erlang <-> Berkeley DB 4.5 driver.

The powerpoint is a little old, but I included it as it has some
useful context & rationale.   There is a lot of detail in the
README-cnewcom file.

If you want to send bug-reports/suggestions without cluttering up the
mailing-list, it's probably fastest (and easier on Scott's hands) if
you email me directly, or at least cc me if you email Scott.

Chris


On 11/12/06, Scott Lystig Fritchie <> wrote:
> Greetings.  Thanks to an awful lot of hard work by Chris Newcombe, I
> am pleased to announce a release candidate, #1, of version 1.5 of
> EDTK, the Erlang Driver ToolKit.
>
> http://www.snookles.com/erlang/edtk/
>
> I confess I haven't looked at it much, between house repair projects
> and $#^&$#!^%! problems with RSI.  It is possible that only the
> Berkeley DB driver will even compile.  Please see *all* of the various
> README* files.  In the next few days, I hope to take a look at the
> other drivers (bundled as examples) for portability, etc.
>
> Chris has included a PowerPoint summary of what he did to create a
> robust Erlang <-> Berkeley DB 4.5 driver.  I've split that out from
> the tarball, for those who might be interested without wanting to
> download the entire tarball.
>
> To those gentle readers who have contributed bugfixes, etc. to me, it
> is quite possible that they are not present in this new RC tarball.
> If so, it's entirely my fault, and I owe you an apology.  I'll do what
> I can to merge those things in, as long as my fingers cooperate.
>
> -Scott
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