On Sep 12, 2012, at 5:48 PM, Stavros Aronis wrote:
> Not really.
> For the particular case, if I understand correctly, it used to be the case that any functions that are implemented as NIFs have a stub in the .erl source file that throws an exception (if that code was really executed instead of the low level implementation). Is prim_inet:async_acceptor a NIF without such a stub?
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