I don't know much about the MLFE project, beyond that it exists
On Wed, Sep 14, 2016 at 5:03 PM, OvermindDL1 <overmind...@gmail.com> wrote:
> There is an mlfe (ML on the BEAM) project too, could much more easily have
> elm build to that as a more easily done intermediate step?
> On Wednesday, September 14, 2016 at 5:08:00 AM UTC-6, Zachary Kessin wrote:
>> If you want something way out there on the beam there is also "erlog"
>> which is a prolog that runs in an erlang process. It is by Robert Virding
>> who also wrote lfe and erllua as well as was one of the creators of erlang
>> If we ever want to do an elm -> beam compiler I would say we would want
>> him on the project
>> On Mon, Sep 12, 2016 at 6:57 PM, OvermindDL1 <overm...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I'm using Elixir as well currently, and no, its type system kind of
>>> sucks, however you can enforce both types and even values within on
>>> function calls via matchspecs and 'when' clauses (which are very simple and
>>> However, Elixir is an immutable functional language and its matchspecs
>>> (and dialyzer with typespecs) do make up for a lot of its type issues.
>>> Another however, Elixir is just a normal BEAM language and
>>> inter-operates with any other BEAM language, of which there are others:
>>> * Erlang: The original BEAM language, very prolog'y, untyped too
>>> * lfe: Lisp-Flavoured Erlang, basically just Lisp, macro's and all, but
>>> immutably on the BEAM.
>>> * mlfe: A brand new BEAM language, basically ML, but on the BEAM, very
>>> strongly typed like OCaml is and such. Due to the way the BEAM operates it
>>> is hard to tell what types messages should be but they are still working on
>>> it. I have hope for this.
>>> * And a few minor others like Erlang2 and such
>>> So Elixir for now, but I expect to likely be using mlfe in the future
>>> (with Elixir).
>>> BEAM/EVM is just too nice to not use, regardless of the language (I've
>>> used Erlang for almost ten years, prolog syntax is... interesting, but
>>> Elixir just makes the BEAM/EVM significantly nicer to use
>>> (python'ish/ruby'ish in its ease of use, but without ruby's warts, or speed
>>> On Saturday, September 10, 2016 at 1:41:22 AM UTC-6, Mario Sangiorgio
>>>> I was wondering what programming language you use to implement the
>>>> back-end for your Elm single page web app.
>>>> Reading around I see that the Elm/Elixir combo is popular but for how
>>>> much I think BEAM is an awesome VM I'm a bit sceptical due to Elixir being
>>>> a dynamic language. How much do you miss the compiler when you write Elixir
>>>> If you're not using Elixir, to what do you use? I played a bit with F#
>>>> (using Suave.io) and I think it's quite nice.
>>>> Now I'm in the mood of learning something new so I'd like to know what
>>>> you use and maybe get an idea of what to look at next.
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