[Haskell-cafe] How to locate a <<loop>>?

Jørgen Hermanrud Fjeld jhf at hex.no
Tue Sep 20 10:52:59 EDT 2005

I have a generated Haskell program that emits a 
"Fail: <<loop>>"
at runtime. 
Are there some tools or standard manner for identifying the lines that
participate in the loop? 
The use of "-debug" and "-prof -auto-all" only provides a call stack,
and the loop is, is I understand it, due to a circular definition, so 
the call stack is of little help.

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