[Haskell-cafe] ANNOUNCE: Functional Programming Bibliography
j.russell at alum.mit.edu
Thu Jan 14 19:54:50 EST 2010
On Thu, Jan 14, 2010 at 4:12 PM, Tim Wawrzynczak <inforichland at gmail.com> wrote:
> Oh also, I noticed that you say it's powered by Haskell.
> Would you mind sharing some of your architectural details as they relate to
> Haskell with us?
Not much to it, really. It's a LAMH thing, if you will.
The Haskell part just runs as a CGI app,
and uses the HDBC, HDBC-mysql, cgi, and xhtml
packages, and is just a few hundred lines, including all
the html templates which I create with the xhtml package.
As for the bibliography stuff,
right now I actually maintain a master .bib file
and use bibTeX along with a set of custom .bst files
to munge everything up to be imported into MySQL.
> On Thu, Jan 14, 2010 at 3:11 PM, Tim Wawrzynczak <inforichland at gmail.com>
>> At a quick glance,
>> +5 Awesome.
>> - Tim
>> On Thu, Jan 14, 2010 at 3:03 PM, James Russell <j.russell at alum.mit.edu>
>>> I am pleased to announce the Functional Programming Bibliography
>>> at http://www.catamorphism.net/
>>> The functional programming bibliography was created in the hope
>>> that it will be a useful resource to the functional programming
>>> community. The site is still in an early stage of development,
>>> and is pretty raw, and incomplete in a number of ways. Keyword
>>> categorization, in particular, is still fairly spotty.
>>> It currently contains in excess of 1500 references, heavily
>>> slanted toward Haskell-related topics, and contains links to
>>> publicly available versions of many papers, as well as links to
>>> gated versions of some papers.
>>> I am eager for suggestions as to how the site could be made more
>>> James Russell
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