Hal Daume III
Wed, 24 Jul 2002 09:38:29 -0700 (PDT)
Doesn't look like it. I looked around the full archive and the only
mention of destructArray is from Marcin's post from March 2001:
> If not, I'm going to add also destructArray and destructArray0 to
> MarshalArray, and lengthArray0 while I am at it (it was used internally
> so it makes sense to be provided separately), and document it.
Regardless, it would be nice if functions were first deprecated and then
removed. I'm really wishing at this point that I hadn't upgraded to ghc
5.04; most of my programs no longer compile due to the library
restructuring and for every function I use that's not pure Haskell 98
(which is a fair amount, unfortunately), I've had to grep around the
imports directory to find out where it moved to. I don't mean to point a
finger at anyone for this, but I was expecting either a smoother
transition or for the version number of GHC to change significantly. A
minor version change should not break programs (imo).
Sorry for the tirade, but I'm pressured to get some code out soon and this
isn't helping things.
Hal Daume III
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On Wed, 24 Jul 2002, Manuel M T Chakravarty wrote:
> Hal Daume III <hdaume@ISI.EDU> wrote,
> > what happened to Foreign.destructArray? I can't seem to find it
> > anywhere...
> Was removed. The rational should be in the archive of