There is a contribution by Ulf Wiger on the erlang.org website for parsing
XML. Check it out. And state machines can be implemented very fast in
erlang. I suppose you know about the gen_fsm behaviour.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Martin J. Logan [mailto:martin]
> Sent: 5 October 2001 00:19
> Cc: erlang-questions
> Subject: Voice Apps
> Hello all,
> I am currently writting voice apps in c++. A large part of this
> process involves writing complex state machines. The library
> here is quite well designed. I do, however, beilieve that this could
> be implemented in a more efficiant manner by employing
> erlang. I am also
> looking to spread erlang usage, and I think that this would
> be an ideal
> way to really bring it to the forefront at my company. So my question
> to all of you is what do you think the best way to go about this is.
> More specifically what would be the best way to deal with the creation
> and parsing of voice XML with an erlang app. If anyone knows
> of a method
> or a library that handles this please help. I am quite exited about
> this so any help, even the most meager, would be greatly appreciated.
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