[Haskell-cafe] Calling Haskell from other languages?

Fraser Wilson blancolioni at gmail.com
Tue Nov 11 20:28:17 EST 2008

I had a proof of concept lying around a couple of years ago in which a  
big complicated Ada program called a big complicated Haskell program  
and vice versa. The tricky bit from memory was making it link, and  
satisfying their rumtime initialisation requirements. No explicit C  
was required I think.

On 11 nov 2008, at 18:09, Colin Paul Adams <colin at colina.demon.co.uk>  

>>>>>> "Jake" == Jake Mcarthur <jake at pikewerks.com> writes:
>    Jake> Actually, that's not the whole story. I didn't realize until
>    Jake> I sent it. There does exist good documentation for this, I
>    Jake> promise.
> Good. Let me know where it is when you track it down.
> The link you pointed me too doesn't seem to address my question
> directly. Also, it only talks about C.
> If I want to call Haskell (and I do, perhaps) from another
> garbage-collected language (Eiffel, in particular) using C as the
> mutually understood language, am I not going to run into big problems?
> -- 
> Colin Adams
> Preston Lancashire
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