[erlang-questions] RLang

Ludovic Coquelle <>
Tue Apr 15 02:44:19 CEST 2008


There is the project erlectricity.
It's not an jinterface-like interface, but it may be of interest.

ludo

2008/4/15 David Mitchell <>:

> I'd be interested, mainly because Erlang and Ruby are the two languages I
> work with most and it's quite possible I might want to work with the two
> together at some point (e.g. use Rails to build a Web front end onto an
> Erlang app).  I don't have any specific requirement in mind though.
>
> Regards
>
> Dave M.
>
> On 14/04/2008, Michael T. Richter <> wrote:
>
> >  I've been toying (to the point of researching) with the idea of making
> > a Ruby<->Erlang binding along the lines of erl_interface or jinterface.
> > Before I go beyond toying and into the realm of actually doing, I'd like to
> > quickly know two things:
> >
> >    1. Is there any point to this?  Would there in fact be any
> >    interest?
> >    2. Has/is someone already done/already doing such?  (I did a quick
> >    search on this on Google and hit a few projects, none of which seemed to be
> >    as complete as, say, jinterface at first blush.)
> >
> >   --
> > *Michael T. Richter* <> (*GoogleTalk:*
> > )
> > *A well-designed and humane interface does not need to be split into
> > beginner and expert subsystems. (Jef Raskin)*
> >
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