[erlang-questions] feedback please

Theepan <>
Thu Sep 24 13:08:46 CEST 2015


>> You keep speaking in absolutes, but the "reasonable solution" space
isn't quite *that* small.

Certainly, programing is a democratic space, and you have many ways to get
things done. It is also more religious. What is right in a small system may
be wrong in a big system, and vice versa. I just express the ways I do
things, which may be helpful to somebody who value it. It also helps me in
knowing other views, and if I value them, I will stand corrected.

Theepan

On Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 1:33 PM, Kenneth Lakin <>
wrote:

> On 09/24/2015 12:50 AM, Theepan wrote:
> > Crashing can happen at the process level or system system level.
>
> Yes. Erlang has *very* nice fault-containment tools.
>
> > For a configuration error, you will have to crash the whole
> > system.
>
> Or... log a warning and fall back to hard-coded defaults. It *really*
> depends on the nature of the error and the system. You keep speaking in
> absolutes, but the "reasonable solution" space isn't quite *that* small. :)
>
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