[erlang-questions] UBF(A) vs ETF / UBF(C) vs gen_fsm

Edmond Begumisa <>
Thu Sep 23 15:19:44 CEST 2010


Thanks Scott, I was trying to figure out how to do that... documentation  
links I was referred to are a bit scattered at the moment. I'm sure when  
they get round to working on them the Gemini UBF tools will spread.

- Edmond -

On Thu, 23 Sep 2010 06:43:36 +1000, Scott Lystig Fritchie  
<> wrote:

> Edmond Begumisa <> wrote:
>
>>> Having parsed the JSON (or UBF(A) ) the parse trees would be
>>> essentially the same thing so the contract checker would be easy.
>
> eb> Ditto! It's actually that blog entry that got me to look at UBF
> eb> (what ever happened to part II of that BTW!?!) I've been
> eb> contemplating using Gemini's UBF-JSON to make life easier on the
> eb> XULRunner side. I don't know if you've had a look at/recommend their
> eb> implementation...
>
> eb> http://github.com/norton/ubf-jsonrpc
>
> Yes, that's what the ubf-jsonrpc package does.  There's also the option
> of using the http://github.com/norton/ubf stuff as-is to implement a
> "JSF" server, which is straight JSON across a TCP socket (i.e., without
> any JSON-RPC HTTP stuff).
>
> IIRC, it's just a server-side configuration option {proto, ubf} or
> {proto, jsf} or {proto, ebf} to have an Erlang server speak UBF(A),
> "JSF", or UBF-terms-encoded-with-term_to_binary(), respectively.
>
> -Scott
>
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