On the use of Core Erlang vs Abstract Syntax by tools after 23.0
Mon Jun 8 17:37:47 CEST 2020
Another thought here.
According to the relevant repository (https://github.com/erlang/eep),
EEP-52 was opened on January 29th with a title about binaries and maps
and was accepted on February 7th, even though the only other external
(Jose Valim) said that they do not know enough about Core Erlang to
comment on that aspect. I suspect that Kostis (among others) would
probably have had some opinions... Perhaps even I would, if I had
realised the implications (unlikely), although even then I am usually
more inclined to shrug and do the eventual re-engineering on my end...
I failed to find any other visible reference to EEP-52, Core Erlang,
etc. until 23.0 rc releases, again with only maps and binaries
mentioned, although I am not following every message in the main
mailing list, and I am not even subscribed in the EEP one.
Would someone be willing to remind me why EEPs are discussed for a
relatively short period of time away from erlang-questions?
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