Thanks....I'll give it a go.
If it works, and is a success I'll go to an Erlang conference to
On Sep 11, 6:27 pm, Robert Virding <rvird...@gmail.com> wrote:
> From what I know erjang already has most Erlang BIFs so that should
> probably not be a problem. Running distributed Erlang and erjang works
> quite well, even mnesia works.
> On 12 September 2011 00:05, Matthew Evans <pipmaster2...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > BIFs ... I won't be needing to use BIFs in Erjang (won't be needing
> > My understanding is that Erjang has limited BIF support.
> > On Sep 11, 5:55 pm, Robert Virding <rvird...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Robert
> >> On 11 September 2011 23:41, Matthew Evans <pipmaster2...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> > Oh, and I meant will not be needing any BIFs on the JVM (if we do I
> >> > On Sep 11, 5:19 pm, Matthew Evans <pipmaster2...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> >> We are currently developing a project where there is the need to
> >> >> In this system there is a central Java based application server, and a
> >> >> The need has arisen to have the Erlang code and Java code communicate
> >> >> I guess I'd like to know where one might consider Erjang vs jinterface
> >> >> Thanks
> >> >> Matt
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