[Haskell-cafe] Clean Dynamics and serializing code to disk

Sterling Clover s.clover at gmail.com
Wed Dec 5 12:16:35 EST 2007

In an email to the HAppS listt today, alexj described that HAppS-State
"provides a way to serialize function calls for replay either on-restart or
on other replicated boxes." (which actually helped me to understand somewhat
what's going on behind all its TemplateHaskell magic. This is somewhat more
constrained than perhaps you're looking for, given that A) it requires
TemplateHaskell and B) it requires that the functions operate only on "other
replicated boxes" but it might be a place to start looking?


On Dec 5, 2007 9:56 AM, John van Groningen <johnvg at cs.ru.nl> wrote:

> gwern0 at gmail.com wrote:
> >Hey everyone; recently I've been toying around with various methods of
> writing a shell and reading the academic literature on such things. The best
> prior art on the subject seems to be the ESTHER shell (see <
> http://citeseer.ist.psu.edu/689593.html>, <
> http://citeseer.ist.psu.edu/744494.html>, <
> ftp://ftp.cs.kun.nl/pub/Clean/papers/2003/vWeA2003-Esther.pdf>).
> >
> >Now, ESTHER is a really cool looking shell, but it has two main problems
> for me:
> >1) Source doesn't seem to be available anywhere online
> >...
> The source code of ESTHER is include with Clean 2.2 in the directory
> Libraries/Hilde of the windows 32 bit binary zip and the sources zip and
> tar.
> Kind regards,
> John van Groningen
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