[erlang-questions] HTTP client for OAuth

Felix Gallo felixgallo@REDACTED
Wed Feb 24 23:24:23 CET 2016

I believe I've seen commits fly by which intended to fix the behavior, but
the last time I used httpc, processes would occasionally get the http reply
from a completely different process when run concurrently.  Definitely a
WAT moment.  I finally ended up with a fork of lhttpc (
https://github.com/Cloven/lhttpc) which was stable, fast, and didn't get
mixed up.

If I would do it all again today, I would probably start with hackney.  But
I would definitely avoid httpc.

On Wed, Feb 24, 2016 at 2:14 PM, Bernard Duggan <bernard@REDACTED>

> On Thu, Feb 25, 2016 at 2:49 AM, Garrett Smith <g@REDACTED> wrote:
>> I'm interfacing with various OAuth providers within an Erlang application
>> and I need a simple HTTP client. I've poked around the ecosystem and have
>> learned that HTTP clients are the new MySQL clients in terms of
>> which-one-to-freakin-use.
> I'd be very interested to know what you turn up, since I'm currently
> pondering exactly the same problem (OAuth and all). This is probably an
> absurdly naive question, but for quick-fire simple stuff like this, is
> there any good reason you're aware of not to just go with httpc? Or is this
> more just a matter of doing due diligence on the choice?
> Cheers,
> Bernrad
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