[erlang-questions] erl_interface shared libraries

Mike Hales mike.hales@REDACTED
Sun Sep 9 00:55:54 CEST 2007

I was thinking of using the Smalltalk FFI.  Although I would not be  
opposed to writing a pure Smalltalk implementation, as this would  
then be portable across platforms, and the easiest to distribute to  
the Smalltalk community. (Also, I would probably be faster in  
Smalltalk, than fumbling around with C.)  If one were to look for  
this "defined" wire protocol in the erlang code, where would one do it?



On Sep 8, 2007, at 3:05 PM, Taavi Talvik wrote:

>> The point of a shared library is probably to load erl_interface and
>> use it via some kind of FFI, rather than bothering to write all of
>> that code in C.
> There is no need to do anything in C. Erlang distribution has  
> "defined"
> wire protocol (in erlang, C and java source code, unfortunately no  
> documents).

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