Sat Jan 14 20:09:46 CET 2006
On Saturday 14 January 2006 14:41, Michael McDaniel wrote:
> I found a nice example by Lennart Ohman which helped me.
> Well, I first read OTP Design Principles over and over (and other
> documents), and worked with "plain Erlang" for many smaller
> programs (using bits and pieces of OTP but not the powerful
> supervisor). Then my mind was ready to understand, I think, and
> Lennart Ohman's example was very useful to me.
> Here is link to thread with example:
I understand the example, but again the example is about making a program (a
gen_server) and its supervisor, similar to what is explained on OTP Design
and Principles (which I understood, but took me a long time since the
provided code doesn't run out of the box).
What I am doing is slightly different. I am making a gen_ (gen_echo for
example) from which other programs (like echo, supervised or not) can be
done. That is, I am writing code analogous to gen_server.
My question is if I should use gen_server, copy and paste it, or what.
> google is your friend.
I've searched a lot and read a lot of documents, but I am still missing some
pieces (those that tie the rest of them).
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