[Haskell-cafe] Example programs with ample use of deepseq?
mail at joachim-breitner.de
Mon Jan 7 13:06:35 CET 2013
I’m wondering if the use of deepseq to avoid unwanted lazyness might be
a too large hammer in some use cases. Therefore, I’m looking for real
world programs with ample use of deepseq, and ideally easy ways to test
performance (so preferably no GUI applications).
I’ll try to find out, by runtime observerations, which of the calls ot
deepseq could be replaced by id, seq, or „shallow seqs“ that, for
example, calls seq on the elements of a tuple.
Joachim "nomeata" Breitner
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