Haskell --> Java was Re: (no subject)
Fri, 24 Nov 2000 18:05:53 +0100
Sorry folks the Haskell compiler at <http://www.mondrian-script.org>
doesn't produce Java, yet...
Actually the compiler *does* produce Java but it has been turned off
as there is no Haskell Prelude for Java yet, that bit is currently
only for .NET. We'll produce such a Java Prelude when we get the
time, no promises as to when at present - .NET is our first priority
at the moment. (For the technically minded the GHC Prelude is a mix
of Haskell and C, its getting the C stuff converted for JVM/.NET
which takes the time.)
However there is a Mondrian compiler on the site which does produce
Java, so maybe that will do you in the meantime.
At 8:48 am -0800 24/11/00, Erik Meijer wrote:
>Have a look at <http://www.mondrian-script.org>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Chris Angus" <CAngus@Armature.com>
>Sent: Friday, November 24, 2000 1:44 AM
>Subject: (no subject)
>> I was wondering if
> > Has anybody had access to a Haskell -> Java compiler/translator.
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Choosing to wear one on a bike but not in a car is mere inconsistency.
Refusing to wear one in a car while insisting others do so on a bike
is pure hypocrisy.
Will the new Labour government repeal the National government's hypocrisy,
or will they discriminate against cyclists like their predecessors?
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