Dryverl

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Dryverl

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Dryverl is an Erlang-to-C binding “assembly language”. An Erlang-to-C binding is a set of Erlang functions in an Erlang module, which implementations are in C. Dryverl lets you specify and control in details all the steps of a Erlang-to-C function call, while hiding implementation details and making it much easier to implement a binding than writing it by hand. The Dryverl “compiler” is implemented as a set of XSLT stylesheets that generate the Erlang and C source code that implements a binding, given a specification of the binding in the Dryverl XML language. The two objectives of Dryverl are:

  • to provide a maximum flexibility for the specification of bindings;
  • to generate the most efficient binding implementations possible.

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