[erlang-questions] Languages running on BEAM
Sat Nov 14 19:47:27 CET 2015
I think an objective comparison would be very difficult as some of the
differences are of a religious nature, for examle lisp-1 vs lisp-2 :-), and
some are just a matter of preference.
You basically go with the one that feels the best.
On 12 November 2015 at 17:14, Ivan Uemlianin <ivan@REDACTED> wrote:
> Dear Robert
> Thanks for your comment.
> I think an objective comparison (i.e. by a fourth party) of the three
> different erlang lisps will definitely be in order.
> Best wishes
> On 12/11/2015 16:06, Robert Virding wrote:
> I would point out that Eric Merrit was very wrong about aspects of LFE in
> his comparison with Joxa which makes some parts of it not very meaningful.
> On 9 November 2015 at 16:10, Ivan Uemlianin <ivan@REDACTED> wrote:
>> Dear All
>> I am compiling a list of programming languages that run on BEAM, the
>> Erlang VM:
>> The resource is aimed at people who might be thinking of implementing
>> such a language themselves. Consequently the list includes experimental
>> and abandoned languages as well as the stars.
>> I am also including a section listing documents (papers, presentations,
>> blog posts, etc.) that cover the theme of implementing languages for the
>> BEAM in general.
>> Languages listed so far:
>> - efene
>> - elixir
>> - erl2
>> - erlang
>> - erlog
>> - erlyjs
>> - haskerl
>> - joxa
>> - lfe
>> - luerl
>> - reia
>> - 'the concurrent schemer'
>> - xerl
>> If you know about a language or a document that should be on one of these
>> lists --- or if I've made mistakes! ---, please let me know (email,
>> issue/PR, tweet, etc.).
>> With thanks and best wishes
>> Ivan A. Uemlianin PhD
>> Speech Technology Research and Development
>> festina lente
>> erlang-questions mailing list
> Ivan A. Uemlianin PhD
> Speech Technology Research and Development
> festina lente
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