[Haskell-cafe] Interoperating with Java

Neil Mitchell ndmitchell at gmail.com
Mon Nov 20 13:08:38 EST 2006


There is a Yhc bytecode interpretter written in Java, if that does you
any good. It would be easy to get Java to call Haskell using that, the
reverse would probably not be so easy.



On 11/20/06, Mark T.B. Carroll <mark at ixod.org> wrote:
> I was wondering, what's the status of the various means of two-way
> interoperation with Java? Are things actively maintained? According to
> the WWW, HaskellDirect's (I have Lambada in mind) current version was
> released Jan 2004 and compiles with 'recent' versions of GHC, such as
> ghc-6.2, and the latest released JVM Bridge isn't much newer. We were
> looking at using the Standard Widget Toolkit (SWT) but don't want to
> rely on driving it from Haskell if the connectors are going to rot away.
> (We could still use FP, after all - e.g. Scheme's Kawa and Bigloo have
> good Java interoperation.)
> -- Mark
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