[Haskell-cafe] Is there in Haskell the eval function?

Joe Fredette jfredett at gmail.com
Thu Oct 22 11:58:53 EDT 2009

You may also want to look at Dyre. It does dynamic recompilation of  
source files. Depending on your application, hint may not be what you  
need. Eg, if you're trying to build something like lambdabot's  
interpreter, then Hint is probably on the right track, if you just  
want to use Haskell-as-configuration file (a la xmonad), then Dyre is  
probably a better (or at least easier, Hint can be evil...) choice


On Oct 22, 2009, at 7:07 AM, Waldemar Biernacki wrote:

> Thank you Martijn!
>> You mean like in interpreted languages?
> Naturally! My mistake.
>>> I'd like to write an application which has to be compiled to exec  
>>> file. It is neccessary to performe some additional procedures  
>>> which are unknown at the moment of the compilition.
>> You could use the GHC libraries, or Hint which is built on top of  
>> GHC.
>> I've used it before and it works pretty nicely.
>> http://hackage.haskell.org/package/hint
> At first sight it seems be what I'm looking for. I'll try.
> Thank you for the help!
> wb.
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