[zeromq-dev] Erlang 0MQ bindings

Serge Aleynikov serge at aleynikov.org
Wed May 26 15:42:15 CEST 2010


The page is updated:

http://www.zeromq.org/bindings:erlang

I also figured out how to publish HTML content on github (which BTW 
turned out to be very easy - see pages.github.com).  Consequently the 
documentation is available here:

http://saleyn.github.com/erlzmq/

Regards,

Serge

On 5/26/2010 1:04 AM, Martin Sustrik wrote:
> Serge,
>
> > Here's the latest version of Erlang 0MQ bindings which is a fork of
> > Dhammika's work.
>
> Congrats!
>
> > http://github.com/saleyn/erlzmq
> >
> > "make docs" generates documentation in HTML format, which is mostly
> > taken from this file:
> >
> > http://github.com/saleyn/erlzmq/blob/master/src/overview.edoc
> >
> > I don't currently have a hosting site to upload that generated HTML
> > documentation to (does github have such an option?).
>
> I don't think so. I can upload the documentation for you if needed.
>
> Also, you may want to update the zeromq.org Erlang wiki page to point to
> your project -- at the present it points to Dhammika's code stating it's
> "half-baked".
>
> If you do want to do so, create an account (top right corner of the
> webpage) and let me know your logic. I'll give you write access to the 
> site.
>
> >
> > Changes include:
> > - Many bug fixes.
> > - Added support for non-blocking send/recv calls.
> > - Added ability to start multiple concurrent Erlang processes
> >     owning different 0MQ sockets on one Erlang VM that own
> >     different sockets and can do "concurrent" blocking recv()
> >     calls without actually blocking any VM OS threads (only
> >     a content of the light-weight process doing recv() call
> >     is blocked, but many such processes can execute recv()
> >     calls concurrently in the context of a single OS thread).
> > - Automatic garbage collection of ZMQ sockets belonging to
> >     dead Erlang pids.
> > - Added overview and documentation.
> > - Modified all example programs to run asynchronously so
> >     than they can be started easily from a single Erlang shell.
>
> Nice list :)
>
> Martin
>
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