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By nsteere ·
I was wondering if anyone knows what the functionality of the API "SALSA" is? It is related to the "PICANTE" protocol.

I tried to research the tech by picking up the "PACE" whitepaper.

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by TheChas In reply to "NEW YORK CITY!!??"

I found this in a quick search.

SALSA: Simple Actor Language System and Applications is a prototype programming language, dialect of Java, to develop concurrent active object (actor) systems for distributed environments, like the World Wide Computer (WWC).
A preprocessor moves SALSA source code into Java source code. SALSA-generated code uses an actor library and run-time support developed specially for execution of SALSA programs on top of the WWC.

Chas

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by TheChas In reply to "NEW YORK CITY!!??"

Here's a link with more detail.

http://yangtze.cs.uiuc.edu/salsa/index.html

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by nsteere In reply to "NEW YORK CITY!!??"

I thought you would appreciate the Pace reference :)

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