dons at galois.com
Fri Oct 24 14:13:55 EDT 2008
> >The point is... I'm not doing that. Gtk2hs is, but that's a well-tested
> >library, so I very much doubt it's the source of the bug.
> I don't understand why Haskell users believe (perhaps are too often led to
> believe) that haskell programs can't crash. Gtk2hs does a lot of native
> stuff. Gtk's been around for a long time, but so has a lot of other
> software that has lots of bugs still present in it. Often these bugs lead
> to memory corruption and crashes. Haskell does nothing to prevent this
> from happening (how could it?).
Haskell programs with particular constraints (i.e. pure, total Haskell, doesn't
primarily call gtk...)
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