[Haskell-cafe] Haskell on a PDA (was "Implementing Mathematica")

Philippa Cowderoy flippa at flippac.org
Sun Jun 3 07:06:47 EDT 2007

On Sat, 2 Jun 2007, Fritz Ruehr wrote:

> I seem to recall that Aarne Ranta ran Hugs on a (Sharp) Zaurus PDA at one of
> the ICFPs a few years back. Aha, here in fact is a picture of his GF
> (Grammatical Framework), written in Haskell, running on a Zaurus:

I've got Hugs and GHC both running under a debian image on my Zaurus (a 
C3200), for what it's worth. GHC's painfully slow though, sometime I 
should get round to cooperating some with everyone else looking at doing a 
registerised build on ARM to try producing a registerised GHC that runs 
natively on Sharp-derived ROMs. Not that that necessarily means I'll do 

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