NEWS: 2010

News year 2010


Written by Raimo, 08 Dec 2010

Erlang/OTP R14B01 has been released as planned on September 15:th 2010. It is the first R14 service release.

See the release notes in the readme file

Download the new release from the download page.

Written by Raimo, 15 Sep 2010

Erlang/OTP R14B has been released as planned on September 15:th 2010. It is the first non-beta R14 release.

See the release notes in the readme file

Download the new release from the download page.

Written by Kenneth, 30 Aug 2010

Erlang/OTP R14B  will be released on September 15th. This is 2 weeks later than previously announced.

Written by Raimo, 16 June 2010

Erlang/OTP R14A has been released. R14A is a beta release before the R14B release which is planned for September 1:st.

See the release notes in the readme file

Download the new release from the download page.

Written by Raimo, 08 Apr 2010

The Erlang Extension Proposals have been rewritten in Markdown format

They can be found at github and are readable online at /eeps/.

Read about it at EEP.

Written by Kenneth, 26 Mar 2010

Members of the Erlang/OTP team is giving presentations at the Erlang Factory conference in the SF Bay Area March 25-26

Patrik Nyblom is giving a presentation with the title "Erlang SMP support, behind the scenes" and Kenneth Lundin will present "Latest News from the Erlang/OTP team".

Written by Kenneth, 04 Feb 2010

Erlang/OTP R13B04 has been released. R13B04 is a service release for R13B. There are mostly error corrections, but also some new functionality.
This is the first release after the introduction of the official Git repository at Github and it is amazing to notice that the number of contributions from the community has increased significantly. As many as 32 contributors have provided 1 or more patches each until now, resulting in 51 integrated patches from the open source community in this service release.
In addition to the contributions provided by the community we have the following examples of highlights in the release:

  • The documentation can now be built from the source.
  • The Native Implemented Functions (NIFs) are still in beta, but much enhanced.
  • The garbage collection of binaries is further enhanced.
  • Support for user defined prompt in the shell. A small but useful new function.
  • Enhanced cross compilation support

Download the new release from the download page.

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