Haskell Weekly


Issue 375 2023-07-06

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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

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  • GHCup version by Julian Ospald

    This release mainly introduces nightly support.

  • monoidal-stats by Chris Smith

    I just pulled this out of the voronoizer code I wrote a few weeks ago, because I ended up wanting it for another side project.

  • purely-poker by Ola Berglund

    I just finished a weekend project, a poker equity evaluator, to practice parallelism (turns out it was ridiculously easy, as can be seen on line 99).

  • Stamina by Domen Kožar

    A library for retrying in Haskell has been brewing in my mind for a few years now, based on everything we’ve learned so far.

  • toml-parser by Eric Mertens

    I’ve updated my old TOML package with a number of features that I think make it unique among the other offerings on Hackage.

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