Issue 275 2021-08-05
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Welcome to another issue of Haskell Weekly! Haskell is a safe, purely functional programming language with a fast, concurrent runtime. This is a weekly summary of what’s going on in its community.
What can I refactor for you today? by Ari Fordsham
That’s why I’d like to offer my services, as a Haskell consultant, to maintain and refactor existing code, either yours or someone else’s.
Best practices for foreign imports by Ben Gamari
When importing system libraries we strongly recommend that users use GHC’s
Cheap interpreter, part 7: register machines by Gary Verhaegen
In this post, we move further into the list of techniques presentetd in Neil’s talk and take a look at another type of low-level machine called a register machine.
GHC curiosities: Equality constraints in kinds by Ryan Scott
In this post, we will investigate why this special case exists and explore the things one can do with it.
Haskell for the Elm Enthusiast by No Red Ink
Over the years we’ve developed our style of writing Haskell, which can be described as very Elm-like (it’s also still changing!).
Haskell series part 2 by Pierre Guillemot
As promised, what we are going to cover in this article are: lists and function declarations.
How IHP uses Haskell’s Type System to enforce good patterns by Jannis Jorre
After reading this article you’ll hopefully understand how IHP is making use of Haskell’s strong typesystem to enforce proper use of patterns shared between all IHP applications, which prevents your production webapp from becoming a legacy webapp.
My ideal GraphQL framework for Haskell by Brandon Chinn
Below, I’ll first go over what I’d like in a GraphQL server framework, and then what that ideal GraphQL framework might look like.
Stealing Impl from Rust by Matt Parsons
With the new
OverloadedRecordDotlanguage extension, we can use the
.character to access stuff on records.
Anyone who ties either of their shoes before putting them on is a no-go, though. And since my Haskell file is my world, and GHC is my enforcer, let’s make this state of affairs unrepresentable.
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Alternative by Type Classes
Alternativeclass is all about recovering from failure: try one thing, and if it doesn’t work, try another.
fromMaybe is Just a fold by Dan Soucy
Foldabletype-class exists to capture the pattern of types which can be folded in some way using a function.
Haskell Foundation July Update by Andrew Boardman
When Howard Met Curry by Rob Rix
The Curry-Howard correspondence is a map for moving between logic and type theory, relating propositions with types and proofs with programs.
Show & tell
haskell-language-server version 1.3 by Junyoung Clare Jang
2021 July release of HLS arrives! This release includes binaries for GHC 9.0.1 and some new interesting features.
hs-term-emulator by Bit Connor
This is a Terminal Emulator (like xterm) implemented entirely in Haskell.
time-ghc-modules by Tom McLaughlin
Figure out why your builds are slow. This tool analyzes how long it takes GHC to compile your Haskell modules, broken down by phase.