template haskell vs. -prof

Evan Laforge qdunkan at gmail.com
Sat Jan 24 05:23:05 UTC 2015

On Sat, Jan 24, 2015 at 2:38 AM, John Lato <jwlato at gmail.com> wrote:
> I agree that mixing template haskell with -prof can be tricky.  It's easier if you turn
> off dynamic linking entirely.

But that's the thing, I do turn of dynamic linking because I have to
for -prof, but TH seems to require it.

>     unlines
>       [ "Line 1"
>       , "Line 2"
>       ]
> which ends up being pretty maintainable and easy to read.

Yeah, I use this one too.  It's ok for short things, but it can still
be annoying to edit.  My editor doesn't know how to do line wrapping
for it.  Then you can't just copy paste in and out.  And tabs get
messed up because you're already indented, and probably not in a
tabstop multiple... though I guess I could align it so it was.  And of
course since there's prefix gunk, folding doesn't work inside.

Actually, if anyone knows about a vim hack to make 'gq' handle either
this style or the backslash style, it would be much appreciated...
maybe I should try to create one.

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