Issue 332 2022-09-08
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.
Dijkstra Comparison: Looking at the Library Function by Monday Morning Haskell
Today, we’ll look at the API for a library implementation of this algorithm and compare it to the implementations I thought up.
Linear Combinations of Applicatives by Sonat Süer
On a given type constructor of the appropriate kind, there is at most one
Functorinstance and it can be derived automatically. There is no analog of this for
More recursive definitions by Joachim Breitner
Haskell is a pure and lazy programming language, and the laziness allows us to write some algorithms very elegantly, by recursively referring to already calculated values.
nix-serve-ng: A faster, more reliable, drop-in replacement for nix-serve by Gabriella Gonzalez
Our team at Arista Networks is happy to announce nix-serve-ng, a backwards-compatible Haskell rewrite of nix-serve. It provides better reliability and performance than nix-serve.
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- Monthly Hask Anything (September 2022)
This is your opportunity to ask any questions you feel don’t deserve their own threads, no matter how small or simple they might be!
Show & tell
Horizon Haskell Platform by Dan Firth
Nix-first build plans for GHC 9.4.2 and beyond.
Stack version 184.108.40.206 release candidate by Mike Pilgrem
xmonad verison 0.17.1 by Tony Zorman
About 10 months after the big release of 0.17.0, we — as promised — picked up the pace a bit and are back with a new minor version.
XStatic by Tristan de Cacqueray
The goal of XStatic family of packages is to provide static file as Haskell library to be installed using cabal.