Extended process registry for Erlang (by uwiger)

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  • A peek into the beam
    3 projects | | 29 Mar 2022
    When the scheduler(on one core) sees these concurrent tasks, it allocates some time and memory at runtime to child and lets it run for a bit, if the process does not finish(an infinite loop for example), the scheduler moves on to child_two and so on, checking up on each process, computing a bit. Processes are namespaced in a local registry for a single node. Scheduling across multiple nodes works the same way, only you'd need a different way to manage the global name space of running processes.
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    i'm curious if this has the same future set as


Basic gproc repo stats
about 2 months ago

uwiger/gproc is an open source project licensed under Apache License 2.0 which is an OSI approved license.

The primary programming language of gproc is Erlang.

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