[Haskell-beginners] Viewing Template Haskell output?

14875 depot051 at gmail.com
Tue Jul 30 19:09:59 CEST 2013

I think your looking for this:
use pprint or ppr to print template haskell generated code although it's a
bit ugly
but I prefer avoiding template haskell personaly such as happstack

2013/7/31 Lee Short <blackcat at pro-ns.net>

> I'm working with some Yesod code, and it's complaining about some missing
> function definitions.  I'd really like to see the code that Template
> Haskell is outputting -- this is hard to debug otherwise.  The
> --ddump-splices output is managable at this early stage, but I can't
> imagine using it once I add more functionality and the code grows.  Is
> there way to get the template haskell output code?
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