[Haskell-cafe] ... processing of large raster images : CLEAN

Bulat Ziganshin bulat.ziganshin at gmail.com
Wed Jun 21 09:19:27 EDT 2006

Hello Jerzy,

Wednesday, June 21, 2006, 4:32:40 PM, you wrote:
>>  one possibly
>> interesting variant of these "strict Haskell" can be Clean language -
>> it's also lazy by default, afaik, but contains better features to
>> specify strictness, compiler that generates fast code (at the level of
>> OCaml/jhc), plus IDE with GUI libs. comparing to Haskell, it seems
>> somewhat like "Visual Basic" comparing to plain Basic. again, i don't
>> tried it (and it's not free, afair), so look yourself.

> ... You will find that Clean IS FREE under LGPL, although commercial
> versions exist as well.

can you write more about Clean, about experience with it? i don't know
exact LGPL rules - can it be used to develop commercial software and
which parts (if any) is omitted in LGPL version?

it will be very interesting to hear about Clean programming
environment comparing with well-known RADs - .NET, Eclipse, Delphi?
can you enlighten me?

Best regards,
 Bulat                            mailto:Bulat.Ziganshin at gmail.com

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