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Welcome to Erlang.NET! Erlang.NET is an implementation of an Erlang node in C# which was manually translated and ported from the counterpart in Java, jinterface. In addition to the original jinterface, Erlang.NET contains a preliminary implementation of epmd (Erlang Port Mapper Daemon) written in C#, whereas jinterface requires epmd included the official Erlang distribution. In other words, Erlang.NET works independently from Erlang and allows you to build distributed Erlang nodes, exclusively using .NET Framework. Erlang http://erlang.org/ jinterface http://erlang.org/doc/apps/jinterface/index.html Also, Erlang.NET offers light-weight process, event-driven "actor", equivalent to so-called "process" in Erlang. Although the idea I am currently working on is most directly inspired by Singh, many similar programming technique to implement light-weight process and thread for .NET Framework, using iterator in C#, can be easily found in the Internet. An Asynchronous Messaging Library for C# Satnam Singh and Georgio Chrysanthakopoulos (Microsoft) http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/people/tharris/scool/ Another previous work by Vlad Dumitrescu (vlad_Dumitrescu@hotmail.com) can be found below. As mentioned in the post, Otp.Net was based on jinterface 126.96.36.199 and unfortunately not actively maintained today. Erlang.NET is a new port based on the latest jinterface 1.5.1. [ANN] Release of Otp.Net framework http://www.erlang.org/pipermail/erlang-questions/2004-May/012313.html Jungerl: A jungle of Erlang code http://sourceforge.net/projects/jungerl/ Index of /jungerl/lib/otp.net http://jungerl.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/jungerl/jungerl/lib/otp.net/ Takayuki Usui