The GHC developers are very pleased to announce the release of the first new super-major version of our Haskell compiler in six years, GHC 8.0.1.
LTS Haskell is probably going to take a couple months to adopt GHC 8.0. LTS Haskell isn’t on bleeding edge, and that’s the whole point.
I recently spent more than 90 hours debugging what ended up being a problem in GHC’s base libraries.
This tutorial explores the Glasgow Haskell Compiler’s compile-time meta programming in Template Haskell.
Today we’re going to look at the bad areas of Haskell, and how we can overcome them.
Reflecting back on the last 6 years of developing and teaching with CodeWorld, there are a number of decisions that were unique, and often even controversial, that define the project.
The store package takes a different approach than most prior serialization packages, in that performance is prioritized over other concerns.