[Haskell-cafe] Re: Doing something constructive. [Was: Climbing up the shootout...]

Manlio Perillo manlio_perillo at libero.it
Wed Oct 1 15:08:04 EDT 2008

Don Stewart ha scritto:
> manlio_perillo:
>> However I'm looking for a good environment for implementing generic 
>> internet servers, or web applications with special needs.
>> As an example one of my "maybe future" tasks is to write a simple 
>> BitTorrent tracker + seeder.
> You could look at conjure, the bitorrent client that uses STM for
> network multiplexing,
>     http://darcs.haskell.org/~lemmih/conjure/

Its unfortunate that the project seems to be dead.

>> Twisted (a Python asynchronous framework) is a confortable environment, 
>> but I feel concurrent Haskell is superior.
> Should be a lot faster, given there's compiled native code, and no
> global locks. 

With Twisted you usually don't use threads.

 > [...]

Manlio Perillo

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