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A Maven plugin for Erlang/OTP applications. This project is a rewrite of maven-erlang, by Paul Guyot and Olivier Sambourg with improved support for compilation, testing and release packaging as well as EDoc reporting and test coverage.
A port of Erlang's jinterface to C# .NET.
rel_erl is a lightweight relational in-memory database for Erlang.
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SERVAL: An Erlang client/server software to emulate VLANS over Internet. SERVAL is a software switch to create VLANS and connect a machine to a different LAN from the one its network card is actually connected.
This is a wiki server enabling the public to edit not just the text pages, but the programming behind them. The prototype is written in Erlang with a built-in Scheme interpreter to run user's code.
virtuerl is an Erlang OTP application designed to make managing grid computing resources, like Amazon's EC2, easy.
Yaws is a small fast and beautiful HTTP 1.1 webserver with excellent support for generating dynamic content. Yaws has been moved to github. http://github.com/klacke/yaws/