[Haskell-cafe] ANNOUNCE: vector 0.1 (efficient arrays with lots of fusion)

Sebastian Sylvan sebastian.sylvan at gmail.com
Sat Jul 12 12:20:15 EDT 2008

On 7/12/08, Roman Leshchinskiy <rl at cse.unsw.edu.au> wrote:
> Hi all,
> the vector library will eventually provide fast, Int-indexed arrays with a
> powerful fusion framework. It's very immature at the moment (I haven't
>  tested most of the code) and implements just a few combinators but I
> thought releasing early wouldn't hurt. Use at your own risk and expect
> things to break horribly!
> What it provides:
>  * Boxed and unboxed arrays with a generic interface and a very basic
>    set of combinators.
>  * A powerful loop fusion framework. It is based on stream fusion but
>    already goes beyond that (in particular, it can do some things
>    in-place) and will be significantly extended in the future.
(moving to cafe)

Is there any more (easily-digested, like a paper) information available
about this? Specifically what things can happen in-place, and future

Sebastian Sylvan
UIN: 44640862
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