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Commits on Nov 09, 2012
@matthiasl Update link to University of Kent (make it less specific) 97ecca5
@matthiasl Add a paragraph on Proper and Triq d94a768
Commits on Dec 09, 2012
@matthiasl Remove the reference to the shared/hybrid heap
The shared and hybrid heap options were removed entirely
in ERTS 5.9.2 (see release notes, or commit 8ca1414c)
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  2. +1 −1 introduction.xml
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9 academic.xml
@@ -683,14 +683,9 @@ gen_tcp:send(Socket, ["GET ", Url, " HTTP/1.0", "\r\n\r\n"]).
Problems arise when the assumptions are violated,
e.g. having processes with rapidly growing large heaps.
+ </p>
- </p><p>
- There are some alternative approaches to memory management
- which can be enabled at run-time, including a <em>shared
- heap</em>.
-
-
-</p></section>
+</section>
<section><title>Can I exploit knowledge about my program to make the GC more efficient?</title>
<p>
Maybe, but you might be better off expending effort on
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2 introduction.xml
@@ -322,7 +322,7 @@
A Coru&ntilde;a</url> in Spain.
</p></item>
- <item><p><url href="https://www.cs.kent.ac.uk/projects/refactor-fp/fp-design/RefactorErlang">The University of Kent</url> in the UK</p></item>
+ <item><p><url href="https://www.cs.kent.ac.uk/">The University of Kent</url> in the UK</p></item>
<item><p>
<url href="http://www.dcs.shef.ac.uk/~qiang/forse/forse.htm">University of Sheffield</url> in the UK
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14 tools.xml
@@ -85,14 +85,12 @@ href="http://erlang.org/pipermail/erlang-questions/1999-March/000165.html">
fault analysis.
</p><p>
-<!--
- H&aring;kan Matsson released his <url
- href="http://www.erlang.org/~hakan/mnesia_test_3.9.2.tgz">
- mnesia test suite</url>
- which, by virtue of Mnesia being large, is a reasonable
- test suite for the whole of Erlang.
-
- REVISIT: this link was broken at last viewing -->
+ There are several open-source tools either inspired by
+ QuickCheck or based on similar ideas to QuickCheck, including
+ <url href="http://proper.softlab.ntua.gr/">Proper</url>
+ and <url href="https://github.com/krestenkrab/triq">Triq</url>.
+ </p><p>
+
</p></section>
<section><title>Is there a way to benchmark an Erlang implementation?</title>

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