[Haskell-cafe] Where did House/hOp go?
wchogg at gmail.com
Thu Oct 16 13:32:59 EDT 2008
2008/10/16 Donnie Jones <donnie at darthik.com>:
> Hello Svein Ove Aas,
> On Thu, Oct 16, 2008 at 12:31 PM, Svein Ove Aas <svein.ove at aas.no> wrote:
>> I'd finally gotten to the point in learning haskell at which they
>> might be interesting to look at, and then.. they were gone.
>> Does anyone know what happened to these projects? They used to be
>> open-source, so the code should still be around somewhere, right?
> Below are a few links that hopefully you will find useful.
> Haskell and Operating Systems:
> House OS official home page:
> This page doesn't seem to be loading at the moment, which I hope is only a
> temporary problem. I know the source code was available there a few months
> ago since I downloaded the code to House myself.
The site is working for me even now.
Unfortunately, the site hasn't really been updated much over the past
couple of years and when I e-mailed some people on the Programatica
project about the status of House & Osker I never got anything back.
The biggest obstacle you may find when trying to set up House & hOp is
that hOp is based upon a modified version of a very old GHC and from
the last time I looked at it the GHC runtime has changed enough that
making a new hOp will be non-trivial.
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