Ashley Yakeley ashley@semantic.org
Sun, 08 Jun 2003 17:57:15 -0700

In article <3EE3739A.3060800@cse.ogi.edu>,
 Thomas Hallgren <hallgren@cse.ogi.edu> wrote:

> The fudget library was designed before Haskell switched to monadic IO, 
> and there is still no support for combining arbitrary monadic IO and 
> fudgets.

Would it be worth rewriting Fudgets to take advantage of such recent 
advances in Haskell as monadic IO?

I must confess I'm not all that familiar with Fudgets, although it 
certainly looks interesting. For what sort of problems is it currently 
the best solution?

Ashley Yakeley, Seattle WA