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  • Elixir v1.0.5 has been released!
    2015-06-29 brucify

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    Enhancements [Elixir] Support Erlang 18.0 [IEx] Rely only on loaded applications for autocompletion on IEx [Record] Expand attributes and macros in record extractor [String] Optimize String.rstrip/1 [String] Optimize String.downcase/1 [String] Optimize String.upcase/1 Bug fixes [EEx] Ensure blocks do not clobber EEx buffers [Enum] Ensure Enum.take/2 does not consume one extra item when halting on the last emittable item [ExUnit] Fix StringIO processes leakage ...


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  • Rebar3 beta-1 is released!
    2015-06-29 brucify

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    It has been almost a year since Rebar3: The Great Refactoring began (first commit July 27, 2014!) and we (Fred and I) are now happy to announce the first beta release. The source code is available at https://github.com/rebar/rebar3 and the documentation at http://rebar3.org What does beta mean? We are feature complete for 3.0 and have numerous plugins available to fill in gaps left by removed rebar2 features, available at http://www.rebar3.org/v3.0/docs/using-available-plugins A larg ...


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  • ejabberd 15.06: Message archive, configuration checker and new packages
    2015-06-25 brucify

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    Click here to view the original article ejabberd 15.06: Message archive, configuration checker and new packages ejabberd 15.06 includes over 100 changes since the last release two months ago. Among those changes it includes several major new features. New features The focus of this release is archiving and easier configuration. Message Archive Management support Message Archive Management (aka MAM, defined in XEP-313) is now the de facto standard for message archiving in XMPP world. ...


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  • Erlang/OTP 18.0 has been released!
    2015-06-24 brucify

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      Erlang/OTP 18.0 is a new major release with new features, quite a few (characteristics) improvements, as well as some incompatibilities. A non functional but major change this release is the change of license to APL 2.0 (Apache Public License). Some highlights of the release are: Starting from 18.0 Erlang/OTP is released under the APL 2.0 (Apache Public License) erts: The time functionality has been extended. This includes a new API for time, as well as "time warp" modes ...


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  • How I Start Erlang updated to use rebar3
    2015-06-23 brucify

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    Erlang With Fred Hebert Intro Erlang releases are a bit like magnets. Everyone who thinks about them shares the same thought: f**king releases, how do they work? Fortunately, since the years of Emakefiles, reltool and systools, the Erlang community has stood up and improved its tooling continuously. Rebar has been improving non-stop and keeps getting better for many functions. The newest generation, Rebar3, tries to provide an end-to-end experience to building Erlang project ...


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  • The Erlanger Playbook early release
    2015-06-23 brucify

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    Hello, I hope it's OK for me to announce on erlang-questions: The Erlanger Playbook, a book about software development using Erlang, has been *early* released! The book is meant to be the missing developer manual. It covers all steps from the start of a project to its release including writing code, documentation and tests. There are books for learning Erlang, for running Erlang in production, but not much for modern Erlang development. This is where The Erlanger Playbook comes in. T ...


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  • Erlang on a Raspberry Pi for DFW Erlang User Group
    2015-06-17 brucify

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    Hey all, I am going to be showing off Erlang (Elixir and LFE as well) running on a Raspberry Pi at our next DFW Erlang User Group (http://www.meetup.com/DFW-Erlang-User-Group/events/222986865/). My question for everyone here is if you have seen or played with any good projects that make an impressive demo for what the Erlang VM can do on a Raspberry Pi. Part of the goal is to show how lightweight processes are on the Erlang VM; I have heard mention of ~1 Million processes on a Pi, and w ...


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  • Erlang meetup in Paris
    2015-06-16 brucify

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    We are organising a french meetup about "Erlang and it's ecosystem" on 06-23 in Paris : http://www.meetup.com/Erlang-Paris/events/222956412/ The location is still to define. If you want to talk about your usage of Erlang, Elixir or LFE, the CFP is there: http://goo.gl/forms/fgiU1uqZFELooking forward to see you there :) - benoît ...


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  • Alchemist v1.0 is released! – Elixir Tooling Integration Into Emacs
    2015-06-16 brucify

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    Elixir Tooling Integration Into Emacs Alchemist comes with a bunch of features, which are: Powerful IEx integration Mix integration Compile & Execution of Elixir code Inline code evaluation Documentation lookup Definition lookup Smart code completion Elixir project management Integration with company-mode Enhancements [Server] Implement a server which runs as background process for each mix project or one for project independent work. [Completion] Use the se ...


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  • Erlang Dojo 2015 Gold Fever
    2015-06-10 elbrujohalcon

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    This Monday was fun. Our offices were visited by 8 professors and students from the University of Rosario, Argentina (Universidad Nacional de Rosario), to play games and learn some Erlang in the process. Our Brujo coded up a treasure hunt, Gold Fever, in which the students, guided by Inaka developers, had to connect Erlang nodes and write code to complete steps and obtain clues leading to the treasure. Gold Fever was great fun, and an excellent way to teach about the basics of processe ...


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  • Austin Erlang User Group Logo
    2015-06-08 brucify

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    Hi All, I am wrapping up a logo contest with 99designs.com and need some help selecting a final design for the user group meetup here in Austin, TX. This logo will be used on t-shirts and our website. Austin is famous for Longhorn Bulls so I had the designer incorporate that into the logo ideas. There is an option without it as well. If you could please help me it would be of great assistance. Please look at the variations and rate the one you like the best. Comments are optional and you c ...


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