[Haskell-cafe] CAL experience

Tom Davies tgdavies at gmail.com
Tue Sep 14 23:22:44 EDT 2010

I use CAL for various hobby projects, and despite development being quiet I find it robust. I suspect that the lack of extensions over Haskell 98 puts some people off.


On 10/09/2010, at 5:31 AM, Karel Gardas <karel.gardas at centrum.cz> wrote:

> Hello,
> as this is really friendly forum, I'd like to ask to perhaps solve my
> wonder. From time to time I'm seeing people here recommending Scala as a
> kind of replacement for non-existent Haskell on Java/JVM platform. My
> wonder is: why the people here do not recommend CAL, which at least to
> me, looks much more closer to Haskell than Scala is. Are there any bad
> experiences with this language and OpenQuark platform? I'm asking since
> I'm currently playing with it and plan to use it for java objects data
> processing.
> Thanks,
> Karel
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