[erlang-questions] [ANN] hackney 0.4.3 has been released
Sun Aug 25 17:38:09 CEST 2013
On Sun, Aug 25, 2013 at 12:56 AM, Steve Davis <
> My personal path:
> 1) Parameterized Modules -> Cool! -> oh no
> 2) Parse Transform -> Cool! -> oh no
> 3) Module parameterization -> Cool! -> oh no
> 4) Higher order function + record -> ....?
> I'm between 3 & 4 right now.
> I'm sure it would be "great" to get to "5) higher order function" and
> eliminate record but I don't see that path yet.
Not sure what you mean neither what you want.
If you are talking about the Client, you can consider it as an opaque
value. You generally don't care about its content.
When they will be available this record will be probably replaced by a map
> On Saturday, August 24, 2013 3:10:51 PM UTC-5, Benoit Chesneau wrote:
>> Just released a new version of hackney, an HTTP client library in Erlang.
>> Little changes in this one except that the parse transform has been
>> removed. Now the REST syntax `hackney:Method(URL, ...)` (where `Method` can
>> be get, post,put, delete....) thanks to nox is now available at the
>> compilation which also means that you can use it in the shell.
>> hackney:get("https://**friendpaste.com <https://friendpaste.com/>")
>> will start to fetch the Friendpaste page.
>> More info on the release page:
>> Enjoy :)
>> - benoit
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