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What versions of Erlang should you use with CouchDB

Ruseel Branca goes through a list of Erlang versions to identify those that are safe to be used with CouchDB:

There has been some discussion on what versions of Erlang CouchDB should support, and what versions of Erlang are detrimental to use. Sadly there were some pretty substantial problems in the R15 line and even parts of R16 that are landmines for CouchDB. This post will describe the current state of things and make some potential recommendations on approach.

Very useful.

Original title and link: What versions of Erlang should you use with CouchDB (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: https://gist.github.com/chewbranca/07d9a6eed3da7b490b47