[Haskell-cafe] ANN: HaRe-0.6, now on Hackage

Chris BROWN chrisb at cs.st-andrews.ac.uk
Wed Jul 7 07:20:01 EDT 2010

Dear Haskellers,

As part of our project on Refactoring Functional Programs


we are pleased to announce the availability of HaRe 0.6 on Hackage.


Please see the README.txt for build/use instructions and known issues,
and let us know about any problems, bugs, suggestions or additional
platforms you can confirm as working.

Happy Refactoring!

  The HaRe Team (Chris Brown, Huiqing Li, Simon Thompson)


  Refactoring is the process of changing the structure of programs
  without changing their functionality, i.e., refactorings are
  meaning-preserving program transformations that implement design
  changes. For more details about refactoring, about our project and
  for background on HaRe, see our project pages.

HaRe - the Haskell Refactorer:

  HaRe is our prototype tool supporting a collection of refactorings
  for Haskell 98 (see README.txt for known issues and limitations).

  It is implemented as a separate refactoring engine (on top of
  Programatica's Haskell frontend and Strafunski's generic traversal
  strategy library), with small scripting frontends that call this
  engine from either Vim or Emacs.

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