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Update Erlang/OTP to R17, and improve Erlang integration with the rest of Fedora.
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Moving forward to F-21.
Hi Peter and Sam,
I wrote a part of the Development Beat for Fedora 21, which includes notes on the changes in the Erlang language. Could you please have a look at the text and see if it's correct or whether you'd like to add anything:
Thanks a lot!
(In reply to Yoana Ruseva from comment #3)
> Hi Peter and Sam,
> I wrote a part of the Development Beat for Fedora 21, which includes notes
> on the changes in the Erlang language. Could you please have a look at the
> text and see if it's correct or whether you'd like to add anything:
> (under Erlang/OTP)
> Thanks a lot!
1. I'd rather use link to Erlang 17.0 rather than to 17.1 which is
just a bugfix release to 17.0. Or even better both of them:
* http://www.erlang.org/news/73 - 17.0
* http://www.erlang.org/news/77 - 17.1 (bugfixes and improvements)
We actually updated Erlang up to 17.2.2 version (still not released
officially but Fedora is about being first!).
2. This part still not finished - "centralized unified logging from
all Erlang applications". I'm afraid we didn't made it to release. So
I'd rather remove it.
3. "rpmlint messages regarding..." - this one is related to a
packaging process. I'd remove it since it's just unnecessary detail.
Otherwise looks good.
Thanks a lot, removed these two points and corrected the link to point to Erlang 17.0:
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Peter, any updates? The change deadline is tomorrow. Based on comment #4, it seems like we have correct RN documentation now. May I move the Change to ON_QA?
(In reply to Jaroslav Reznik from comment #7)
> Peter, any updates? The change deadline is tomorrow. Based on comment #4, it
> seems like we have correct RN documentation now. May I move the Change to
Yes, you may change it to ON_QA now. I still working on it (I plan to roll one more update - up to recently released ver. 17.3) and on Packaging Guidelines but overall it's ready.