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access to D-Bus from the erlang-dbus package;
atoms may now contain arbitrary Unicode characters (for example, 'здравствуй-你好');
Erlang
Erlang 20
Erlang applications can now handle some OS signals (SIGHUP, for example);
Erlang/OTP has been updated to version 20. Highlights from the changes introduced in v20 include:
Fedora's Erlang package maintainers have also improved the integration of Erlang with the rest of the system. Erlang developers can now benefit from:
improved Erlang Packaging Guidelines.
improved logging to journald;
improved unicode support for strings;
More information about the changes in Erlang is available from the https://www.erlang.org/news[Erlang website]. More information about the improved integration into Fedora is available from the Fedora https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/Erlang_20[change description].
so-called 'dirty schedulers' are available on systems with SMP;
the zlib module has been refactored and all its operations will now yield appropriately, allowing them to be used freely in concurrent applications.