[erlang-questions] Misultin EOL

Zabrane Mickael zabrane3@REDACTED
Thu Feb 16 20:07:09 CET 2012

Sad news Roberto.

Anyway, thousands thanks for Misultin and hope you'll be still present to help the community (if needed).


On Feb 16, 2012, at 4:56 PM, Roberto Ostinelli wrote:

> Dear list,
> Misultin development has been discontinued.
> There currently are three main webserver libraries which basically do similar things:
> Mochiweb
> Cowboy
> Misultin
> Especially since the recent heavy development of Cowboy's HTTP server, I believe there is way too much duplication of efforts going on here. This is why Misultin's current 'state of the art' has been frozen in the latest tag, v0.9, to support all the companies currently using Misultin in their production environment. I'm here to provide help, if needed, in moving away from it. Thus, this server should be robust and stable enough to continue serving your needs for some time.
> Instead of letting this library stand on github without notice, and getting developers still use this project, I have preferred to explicitly state to gradually move away from it, so that efforts can be concentrated around one server library only. It's hard enough to let one 'child' like this one go, but I believe it's best for the whole Erlang community. There are many ways to try to help each other in the community, I believe this decision is now for the better.
> Mochiweb has been around the block for a while and it's proven solid in production, I can only recommend it for all basic webserver needs you might have. Cowboy has a very interesting approach since it allows to use multiple TCP and UDP protocols on top of a common acceptor pool. It is a very modern approach, is very actively maintained and many projects are starting to be built around it.
> I'll personally concentrate my efforts around Cowboy, simply because the projects I'm involved in often require multiple procotols. I really hope that it'll live up to the expectations that I'm putting into this.
> Thank you to everyone that has been supporting Misultin in these years. Hopefully its code usability, which I still believe to be unmatched (well, I have developed it so how could I feel differently about this ^^_), will provide inspiration for some library interfaces.
> Best to you all,
> r.
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