records generated from UBF

Thomas Lindgren thomasl_erlang@REDACTED
Tue Apr 22 12:29:56 CEST 2003

--- Vance Shipley <vances@REDACTED> wrote:
> There seems to be no end to the options one has to
> interface C with Erlang.
> OTP provides two versions of a C interface; the
> original erl_interface and
> the newer ei version.  It used to include IG
> (Interface Generator) but that
> is still available elsewhere.  It also includes
> Corba.  Then there is
> Scott's EDTK.  
> Now we have UBF to consider as well.  That is if it
> had a C binding.  Of
> course there is also rpc and xml-rpc from user
> contributions and I'm sure
> countless other ways to talk between languages.  So
> many options.  Hmmm...

As we all know, the good thing with standards is that
there are so many to choose from.

Though one of Erlang's (or the Erlang community's)
strong points is in being fairly agnostic about what
you're talking to and how. "The communications hub of
21C", if you will.


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