storing to a file

Christopher Milton
Thu, 14 Nov 2002 07:48:05 -0800 (PST)

For some reason, the York ftp links never work for me, so
here are the links for the Binary data papers (practically
all of their webpages only point to "ftp://" for papers):

Heap Compression and Binary I/O in Haskell
Malcolm Wallace and Colin Runciman

The Bits Between The Lambdas: Binary Data in a Lazy Functional Language
Malcolm Wallace and Colin Runciman

Chris Milton
--- Mark Carroll <> wrote:
> On 14 Nov 2002, Johan Steunenberg wrote:
> > thanks for your advice, I guess it sweetens the situation, though I
> > really would like to know how to store in a binary format.
> might be interesting for you. Actually, "deriving binary" would be a nice
> thing to have in general - even more, a way to add your own "deriving"
> things from within Haskell, although I have no idea how such a thing would
> work.
> seems to be a bit broken at the moment so I don't know if that relates to
> any proposed extensions. Are there any pages that summarise what people
> have learned from trying out already-implemented extensions, to help get
> an idea what the next Haskell will be like, or what ideas to try next? For
> instance, I expect to see some concurrency and exceptions, multi-parameter
> type classes, etc. make it through.
> -- Mark

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