Fri Jul 13 19:15:56 CEST 2007
I read Virding's paper out of interest, and it is quite interesting, and I
into an Erlang program? That you think an Erlang implementation would be
faster (or better in some other way) than existing ones? Or is it just out
of intellectual curiosity?
applications, not part of any browser). One of the things I like about
for my applications (say, an implementation of a heap, or scheduler, or a
parser) on a web page without any problem. (I don't generally program web
pages, but others in my team do.) But I would never want to compile my
So for me the opposite would seem to be more interesting: compiling Erlang
programmers, so I know I am in the great minority as one of the few
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There is a great paper by Florian Loitsch where he attempted to translate
compatability, but it should be a great start for a JS -> Erlang project.
On 7/10/07, Robert Virding <> wrote:
Joel Reymont wrote:
> Just gathering opinions.
> Thanks, Joel
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have been thinking about how to do a PHP implementation and arrived at
the same conclusion. The main difficulties would be the large libraires
and the rather crappy syntax and semantics (of PHP).
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