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Scott Lystig Fritchie
Scott Lystig Fritchie committed May 12, 2010
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@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ What is UBF?
UBF is the "Universal Binary Format", designed and implemented by Joe
Armstrong. See http://www.sics.se/~joe/ubf.html for full details. A
really short summary:
really short summary:
* UBF(A) is a protocol above a stream transport (e.g. TCP/IP), for
encoding structured data roughly equivalent to well-formed XML.
@@ -43,15 +43,15 @@ To build
$ make check
4. To build the Java client and run its encoding/decoding unit test:
$ cd priv/java
$ make
$ cd priv/java
$ make
5. The Python client depends on the "py-interface" library. To clone
and build it, use:
$ cd /some/place/else
$ git clone git://repo.or.cz/py_interface.git
$ cd py_interface
$ cd py_interface
$ autoconf
$ make
@@ -150,8 +150,8 @@ has had over 130 commits in the 13 months that v1.12 was tagged. The
number of differences are ... too large to enumerate, sorry.
Gemini Mobile has a custom Webmail system in production now for
NTT-Resonant in Japan that is serving well over 1 million users. UBF
contracts are heavily used in all major parts of the system. Most
a production system in Asia that is serving well over 1 million users.
UBF contracts are heavily used in all major parts of the system. Most
heavily used are the EBF and JSON-RPC transports. See the
presentation slides by Scott Lystig Fritchie and Joe Norton at the
Erlang Factory San Francisco 2010 conference at:
@@ -250,8 +250,7 @@ To do (in long term)
Credits
=======
Many, many thanks to Joe Armstrong, UBF's designer and original
implementor.
Many, many thanks to Joe Armstrong, UBF's designer and original implementor.
Gemini Mobile Technologies, Inc. has approved the release of its
extensions, improvements, etc. under an MIT license. Joe Armstrong

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