[erlang-questions] lists:pmap ?

Michał Muskała michal@REDACTED
Wed Aug 23 13:12:17 CEST 2017

Elixir recently introduced Task.async_stream/3,5 functions [1]. The primary feature is a pmap over a collection with a bounded concurrency. It's surprisingly useful and covers a lot of use cases in practice.
An additional nice thing is that it accepts a potentially lazy collection and returns a lazy collection as well, so it's possible to consume only a part of it.


[1]: https://hexdocs.pm/elixir/Task.html#async_stream/3

On 23 Aug 2017, 13:07 +0200, zxq9 <zxq9@REDACTED>, wrote:
> On 2017年08月22日 火曜日 18:34:44 you wrote:
> > You might want to look at this project
> >
> > http://skel.weebly.com/about-skel.html
> >
> > Which has a number of algorithmic skeletons for parallelizing erlang programs
> Hi, Joe!
> Thank you for pointing out Skel!
> I'll have more time to see how hard it would be to package it (or maybe something derived from it) soon. I imagine it might be an easy way to scratch the pmap-flavored itch Ola was talking about.
> -Craig
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