[erlang-questions] [ANN] Skel

Gleb Peregud gleber.p@REDACTED
Wed Jun 18 13:45:02 CEST 2014

That's a very nice library! Thanks for sharing!

I love the image merger example in the tutorial :D

On Wed, Jun 18, 2014 at 12:07 PM, Adam Barwell <adb23@REDACTED> wrote:
> Dear all,
> We are happy to present Skel, an abstract skeleton library for Erlang to assist with parallelisation. Code, documentation, and a tutorial may be found at:
>   skel.weebly.com
> Whilst Erlang makes the introduction of concurrency simple, manually manipulating processes remains a headache. Skel hides these details, providing a number of patterns, or skeletons, that are invoked using one of two functions. These skeletons are designed to be easily manipulated, and are nestable, allowing their use in a variety of contexts. Through its skeletons, Skel allows the simple and safe introduction of parallelism, not just the concurrency built into Erlang.
> More information may be found at the above link; we hope you find it useful. Skel is currently in development, so comments and suggestions for improvement are very welcome.
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> Adam D. Barwell
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