[erlang-questions] Discovery services

Logan, Martin <>
Mon Apr 23 05:04:31 CEST 2007



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From: Dmitrii 'Mamut' Dimandt [mailto:] 
Sent: Saturday, April 21, 2007 3:27 AM
To: Logan, Martin
Subject: Re: [erlang-questions] Discovery services

Logan, Martin wrote:
> I have attached some code that I wrote a number of years ago.  I have
> used it a ton, in a million projects, but it is a bit unclean in my
> opinion.  So, while I stand behind its functionality I don't suggest
you
> use it as a model for style ;-) Though in defense of my Erlang coding
> skills 6 years ago - it is not that bad.  
>
> The application will automatically poll the cloud for new services
your
> application is interested in.  It will periodically ping a set of
nodes
> in order to make sure it never gets permanently separated from a
cloud.
> It has a callback function that will notify your application of any
new
> services that have appeared on the network.  The entire thing is
edoc'd
> so you can generate docs pretty easily.  
>
> I have sent you a copy that is pre-built.  To build it yourself you
can
> download OTP Base from code.google.com/p/otp-base or Sinan from
> code.google.com/p/sinan or you can just use erlc.
>
> This project along with others will soon be available with the
> generation two release of erlware.org which will include a community
> code repository. 
>
> Let me know if you have any questions. 
>
>   

Wow. That's exactly what I've been looking for!
Except... I didn't get any code :))))
I can wait for the version 2 of erlware to come up though. My interest
is currently purely theoretical.

Sorry, I must not have attached. 
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