[erlang-questions] What lib to use for http requests

Tony Rogvall <>
Tue Dec 16 10:23:20 CET 2014


Sorry. slipped on the keyboard :-)
110% that is then.

/Tony

> On 16 dec 2014, at 00:28, Erik Søe Sørensen <> wrote:
> 
> You can't agree more than 110%. I thought everyone knew that...
> 
> /Erik
> 
> Den 15/12/2014 10.00 skrev "Tony Rogvall" < <mailto:>>:
> 1000% agree on this.
> 
> Unfortunately I tend to have that itch my self :-)
> But I am trying to fight it.
> 
>> On 14 dec 2014, at 23:04, Anthony Ramine < <mailto:>> wrote:
>> 
>> To replace httpc by another client? What if people fixed it instead of scratching their own NIH itches by making new ones?
>> 
>> Le 14 déc. 2014 à 22:44, Felix Gallo < <mailto:>> a écrit :
>> 
>>> It would be interesting to know what the OTP team's official position on accepting new libraries and deprecating old ones is, and what the process would look like (EEP?  Other?).
>>> 
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