Haskell Weekly


Issue 357 2023-03-02

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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.



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In brief

Show & tell

  • fcf-containers version 0.8.0

    One thing worth mentioning separately is that the package now includes a “Reflect” module which helps to get type level Text, Trees, Maps and NatMaps to corresponding term level values.

  • generic-persistence version 0.3.0 by Thomas Mahler

    Of course the library is still in an early stage of development. But all test cases are green and it should be ready for early adopters use.

  • iris version by Dmitrii Kovanikov

    I would like to introduce the second release of Iris — a Haskell CLI framework that supports CLI Guidelines.

  • landlock version by Nicolas Trangez

    I’m happy to announce the latest version of landlock, a Haskell library to access the Linux Landlock LSM API.

  • marching-cubes2 by Stéphane Laurent

    I released marching-cubes2 today. It is similar to marching-cubes but the marching cubes algorithm is implemented in C and it is faster.

  • Ogma version 1.0.7 by Ivan Perez

    Ogma is a NASA tool that facilitates integrating runtime monitors or runtime verification applications into other systems. Ogma extends Copilot, a high-level runtime verification framework that generates hard real-time code.

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