2012/10/17 Noah Slater
Want to contribute, but don’t know where to start, or don’t know Erlang?
I’m pleased to announce that we have a new list for learning Erlang and CouchDB.
The idea here is to provide a friendly, like-minded environment for people who are interested in hacking on Couch to learn some Erlang.
Ask questions, get feedback, learn the codebase, and generally chitchat with other CouchDB folk who are also learning Erlang. (As well as our core hackers who will be around to help you if you get stuck or need guidance!)
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for the couch itself I used this repo
zypper ar http://download.opensuse.org\ /repositories/server:/database/openSUSE_12.1\ /server:database.repo
for erlang that
zypper ar http://download.opensuse.org/\ repositories/devel:/languages:/erlang/openSUSE_12.1/\ devel:languages:erlang.repo
The couchapp installation works as told in the README on a fresh installed opensuse 12.1:
Couchapp requires Python 2.5x or sup. To install couchapp using easy_install you must make sure you have a recent version of distribute installed:: $ curl -O http://python-distribute.org/distribute_setup.py $ sudo python distribute_setup.py $ easy_install pip To install or upgrade to the latest released version of couchapp:: $ pip install couchapp
4 minutes, That’s all, That’s it!
THX 4 all the work 2 the relaxers, couchappers and repomen
Why functional is better? So many reasons, one comes here: Programming languages are not made for computers, they are for humans to formulate generic solutions computers can solve faster in the details. The imperative style formulates the steps the computer has to follow, the functional style formulates the generic solution as such. Imperative style wants you to act like a machine, functional style allows you to think like a human.