[Haskell-cafe] Compiling To C And Why Not Compiling To Java Or C#?

Kaveh Shahbazian kaveh.shahbazian at gmail.com
Sun Aug 6 04:54:01 EDT 2006

I made a mistake : popularity! This was a meaning that described my
thoughts at that moment.
Let me make it clear by another question : Can someone say perl is popular?
If we see it that way, I meant a good and efficient community-based
expansion and some good tools to use.

> how can we decrease Haskell popularity?

Why? Because someone must prevent mean programmers to try Haskell? Or
it is a bit of old holy codex? Or maybe I must feal tired of hearing
newbies questions?

If Haskell replaces C++ is some places - which had been proved is many
areas - how amount of bugs will disapear just because of a well
designed language?

And If you are affraid of something that happens to java by j++ - a
lot of buzzy extensions from big boys - why not to have an "ISO


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