[Haskell-cafe] Mondrian and Haskell

Vasili I. Galchin vigalchin at gmail.com
Wed Apr 15 18:17:49 EDT 2009


      Several days ago I posted a question about retargeting GHC to generate
CIL so that Haskell could be a .NET language. One objection was Haskell
"lazy" nature didn't fit well with .NET's CLR. I found a couple publications

... more popular presentation

http://docs.msdnaa.net/ark_new/Webfiles/WhitePapers/ECOOP.pdf    ... this
paper seems to be saying that Mondrian's "lazy" nature fits in quite well

Any opinions from Mondrian people "listening" in? What lessons were learned
from the Mondrian experience that could speak to Haskell in particular GHC?

Regards, Vasili
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