Call to arms: lambda-case is stuck and needs your help
twhitehead at gmail.com
Sat Jul 7 17:54:56 CEST 2012
On July 7, 2012 00:08:26 Tyson Whitehead wrote:
> The very limited scope of this (i.e., it would only apply to lines that end
> with a grouping construct where the next line is indented further than that
> line) should also address Simon's concerns regarding things like
> f x y = x + y
> where -- I just left this where here by accident
> g x = ...
> instance Exception Foo where
> instance Exception Bar
The only thing that would still break is a line that starts multiple
groupings, where the last is a valid empty groups (i.e., let or where) and the
next line is further indented then the previous line.
The least grotesque/contrived examples I could think of are
let f x = ... where
g y = ...
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