[Haskell-cafe] Lazy language on JVM/CLR

Tim Wawrzynczak inforichland at gmail.com
Tue Feb 9 09:31:42 EST 2010

Perhaps this is similar to what you're looking for.


It's a pure, lazy language for the JVM.  I haven't used it myself, but I
would imagine that
it would have a Java FFI.

 - Tim

On Mon, Feb 8, 2010 at 6:42 PM, Tony Morris <tonymorris at gmail.com> wrote:

> I have hypothesised a pure, lazy language on the JVM and perhaps the
> .NET CLR with FFI to .NET/Java libraries. I foresee various problems but
> none that are catastrophic; just often requiring a compromises,
> sometimes very unattractive compromises. I have authored several
> libraries in the same vain as pure, lazy programming to run on the JVM
> in Java and Scala programming languages.
> I expect others have forethought and perhaps even experimented with such
> a language. Are there any dangers to be wary of that undo the entire
> endeavour?
> Thanks for any insights.
> --
> Tony Morris
> http://tmorris.net/
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