[erlang-questions] Erlang http servers

Motiejus Jakštys <>
Wed Oct 3 10:18:29 CEST 2012

On Wed, Oct 03, 2012 at 01:11:08AM -0700, Yurii Rashkovskii wrote:
> I believe in giving people simple and flexible tools and let them build the 
> rules later on. This is basically why, after doing my work on Agner, I 
> recently launched EXPM (http://expm.co, 
> http://rashkovskii.com/2012/10/01/expm-or-meet-agner-2/) that is much 
> simpler and much more flexible. EXPM allows to host your own repos very 
> trivially, therefore allowing to build any combinations, including the one 
> suggested by you.

... And why are you announcing this in a thread about "Erlang http
servers"? Please, make a proper announcement.

> So far I am just running a "dump" index at expm.co to bootstrap this system 
> (after all, publishing got magnitudes easier with expm comparing to Agner), 
> but I can very much see how we can eventually add another repository (say, 
> stable.expm.co) that will only "host" graduated packages.

From first sight it looks like a clone of PyPi (which, IMHO, is
great). Let's see how it goes.

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