eXAT - The erlang eXperimental Agent Tool
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|.gitignore||switch to seresye and switch ams to simple_agent|
|Makefile||switch to seresye and switch ams to simple_agent|
|README.txt||bumped to 1.5.0|
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eXAT ==== This is an authorized fork of original eXAT created by Corrado Santoro and Francesca Gandemi. Version 1.5.0 has the following big changes in comparison to original eXAT: - internal http server has been replaced with Misultin (which in turn will be replaced with Cowboy or Mochiweb, since it got discontinued ) - Eresye has been replaced with Seresye - agent.erl has been replaced with much simpler implementation closely following OTP standards - object.erl, multisync.erl and all OOP-like stuff has been dropped eXAT Release 1.5.0 ====================== 1. Compiling eXAT $ make deps $ make eXAT now will be compiled. 2. Testing eXAT You can test eXAT by using the "simple_pingagent" and "simple_pingeragent" provided in examples/simple. Do the following steps: a) Check that TCP ports 7779 and 7780 are not used in your PC; b) $ cd examples/simple $ make b) From one shell issue $ ./run_first.sh c) From another shell run: $ ./run_second.sh Now you'll see, in simple_pingerpinger shell, that he can receive messages from simple_pingagent.