[erlang-questions] [ANN] Erlang/SP v0.0.1
Sun Sep 16 10:18:05 CEST 2012
The co-op concept seems very interesting.
Could you please provide us with a more real world examples that could be solved by Erlang/SP?
Finally, what advantages the esp-cache (https://github.com/duomark/erlangsp/tree/master/apps/examples/esp_cache) offers compared to ordinary cache implementations?
On Sep 16, 2012, at 2:10 AM, Jay Nelson wrote:
> Erlang Services Platform (Erlang/SP) debuted at the ICFP 2012
> Erlang Workshop in Copenhagen on Friday. This is the
> first release which is intended as a proof of concept.
> Erlang/SP attempts to provide dataflow programming for OTP users.
> It creates a network of processes based on a digraph instance.
> The graph maps nodes to processes and edges to one-way message
> communication channels, each between two processes. A graph
> is called a Co-op, short for Co-operating Processes. There is some
> limited documentation about the library included in the repo,
> along with some materials presented at ICFP in the apps/coop/docs
> The built in constructors provide pipeline and fan-out (optionally
> with fan-in) patterns. Good utilities for joining graphs into larger
> entities are not yet provided, but coops may receive from and
> feed to any normal erlang process including OTP processes.
> They also support sys functionality (e.g., trace, suspend, resume,
> etc) so will be full-fledged OTP citizens.
> It is available at https://github.com/duomark/erlangsp
> Comments, suggestions, issues and pull requests are all welcome.
> Jay Nelson
> DuoMark International, Inc.
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