After writing this post on the possibilities to add some features from
other languages to Ruby:
I am wondering what it would take for Ruby to implement Erlang-like
-spawn, send and receive primitives
-massive processes creation
-… (all the stuff I unfortunately don’t know yet, until I will lay my
hands on the upcoming Joe Armstrong’s Erlang book )
I am certainly not saying that Erlang should be fully brought to Ruby,
but I would really like to hear the opinion of somebody who is
knowledgeable in both about this idea. This would help me better
understand the fundamental differences between the 2 languages.
This could also result in a mini-framework that could help in
programming some concurrent systems. For instance, it looks like
Kamaelia (http://kamaelia.sourceforge.net/Introduction) is trying to
bring some kind of messaging model to Python. Would that be interesting
to do the same for Ruby?
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