awaitEval in Concurrent Haskell
Mon, 17 Feb 2003 14:28:28 -0000
Does this mean you can womble along with Claus's suggestion? I'm
feeling a bit swamped at the moment, and not keen to undertake another
open-ended implementation exercise. So if you can manage without, and
perhaps use the experience to refine the specification of a Really
Useful Feature, that'd be great from my point of view.
| -----Original Message-----
| From: Colin Runciman [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
| Sent: 17 February 2003 13:40
| To: Claus Reinke
| Cc: Colin Runciman; C.Reinke; Simon Peyton-Jones; GHC users
| Subject: Re: awaitEval in Concurrent Haskell
| A couple of hours ago, I wrote (in reponse to Claus Reinke's
| > Thanks for this further suggestion. A solution along these lines
| > might be
| > possible, but it would still be restricted ...
| Actually a mild variant of Claus's proposal seems to work out
| quite well. Another way to avoid the problems with types is
| to use a multi-parameter type class. Little example attached.
| So, thanks again Claus!
| Colin R