[erlang-questions] Mini-Erlang for Android

Jan Burse <>
Thu Sep 13 10:37:38 CEST 2012


Dear All,

I just gave it a try whether the Mini-Erlang interpreter also
runs on Android. Since release 0.9.5 the Jekejeke Runtime
also features a console and this is also available for Android.
It worked fine.

So before I went into lengths using Bluetooth, SD-Cards,
USB, E-mail whatever to move the Prolog text erlang.p
to my phone, I simply pointed an URL to the Prolog text
and consulted this URL. The session run as follows:

    Jekejeke Prolog, Runtime Library 0.9.5
    (c) 1985-2012, XLOG Technologies GmbH, Switzerland
    ?- ['http://www.xlog.ch/jekejeke/perpetual/erlang.p'].
    Yes
    ?- erlang.
    > X=1.
    1
    > X.
    1
    >

(Screenshot can be seen here:
http://plus.google.com/u/0/103259555581227445618/posts/ETumkLpHVXE)

To abort the session one can use the menu item abort. The
Jekejeke Runtime doesn't have a debugger and is free,
currently available from Google Play and Amazone
Appstore (U.S. only).

Enjoy!

Jan Burse,
13. Sept 2012

P.S.: One can of course put his preferred Prolog text on
a web server of his choice, consult this and play. But
sys_add_path/1 doesn't currently work for URL archives
in release 0.9.5 for Android.

Jan Burse schrieb:
> General Questions:
>
> - Would it be allowed to make a Erlang language realization?
> - Any legal problems with copyright or so?
> - Any ways to certify it, i.e. test suite etc.?
>
> Bye
>
> Richard O'Keefe schrieb:
>>
>> On 6/04/2012, at 8:33 AM, Jan Burse wrote:
>>> BTW: One can easily build and run code
>>> written in the Erlang language with other
>>> tool-sets and runtimes. Here is a very small
>>> experiment:
>>> https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/103259555581227445618/103259555581227445618/posts/KQrBA5yECpq
>>>
>>
>> Follow the links to
>> http://www.xlog.ch/jekejeke/perpetual/erlang.p
>> and you find something with
>>   - no concurrency
>>   - no hot loading
>>   - no modules
>>   - no functions
>>   - no conditionals
>>   ...
>> It's so mini it's Zero.
>>
>> As an experiment, it's a dud.
>>
>> "Precise Garbage Collection in Prolog" is an interesting paper, though.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>




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