Version control systems
bulat.ziganshin at gmail.com
Wed Aug 13 09:09:05 EDT 2008
Wednesday, August 13, 2008, 3:43:15 PM, you wrote:
>>> - Why does NHC98 break so often? Is it because people are checking in
>>> code that is not Haskell 98 compatible?
> Can we make sure that these libraries are always built with some
> Haskell 98 compatibility flag by GHC so people find out when they add
> non Haskell 98 stuff?
on ghc, we use many non-h98 features. actually, there are even non-h98
features that are common to all 3 compilers (f.e. rank-2 types, afair)
we need to check that non-nhc features are not used in *shared* code and
the best tool to do such checks is nhc itself
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