Sun, 29 Apr 2001 12:16:24 -0700
I'm afraid that no one ever completed the GHC Haskell->Java
story. The idea is that the JVM is the runtime, but of
course you need to implement the standard libraries somehow,=20
and all the primitive operations GHC uses. Not a trivial
task, but one we are undertaking for .NET.
Bottom line: the reason you can't find a runtime is because
you are supposed to compile the Java with a Java compiler
and run that. But you'll need to do more than that to
actually run programs
| -----Original Message-----
| From: Kwanghoon Choi [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
| Sent: 25 April 2001 14:13
| To: email@example.com
| Subject: haskell.runtime.* ??
| I managed to restore an option for GHC 5.00 to produce=20
| java output but I realized that I also need some runtime=20
| system to run the java program produced by GHC. I=20
| examined the GHC source tree and the GHC website but in=20
| vain. Where do I get the runtime system?
| Thanks in advance.
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