We discovered in particular that [GHC’s GC’s] pause times relate linearly to the size of the working set.
Compile Haskell to the JVM, with the primary goal of seamless compatibility with GHC 7.10.3’s Haskell.
The most important feature in this release is well-typed and customizable error messages.
Adding quick datatypes — without all these instances and auxiliary functions — often makes code easier to read.
While removing unused imports is a nice thing to do, their presence does not actually indicate any potential issues with our code.
Reason is a new interface to OCaml
Is there some way to detect when lazy evaluation will get in the way of performance?
Then someone figured out the proxy idiom, and everything changed.