[erlang-questions] ML shaped language for the Erlang VM

Anthony Ramine n.oxyde@REDACTED
Wed Jun 29 12:31:52 CEST 2016

I'm sorry for the documentation pain you encountered by not having the documentation for the cerl module.

Unfortunately the OTP team decided it was more important to not have utilitarian modules listed first in the documentation, rather than having documentation at all.


> Le 28 juin 2016 à 01:23, Jeremy Pierre <j.14159@REDACTED> a écrit :
> Hi all,
> I've been hacking away at an ML-shaped language for the BEAM for the past few months and just opened it up.  I figure a few people on the list might be interested in poking at it and may have thoughts on improvements.
> Blog post:  http://noisycode.com/blog/2016/06/27/introducing-mlfe/ <http://noisycode.com/blog/2016/06/27/introducing-mlfe/>
> Repo:  https://github.com/j14159/mlfe <https://github.com/j14159/mlfe>
> - written in Erlang with leex, yecc, and cerl
> - all inferenced, typer works (albeit lots of testing still to do, no binaries nor maps)
> - PIDs are typed, as are message flows (but not if you're calling from Erlang)
> - Apache 2.0
> Jeremy
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