[Haskell-cafe] ANNOUNCE: Ajhc Haskell Compiler 0.8.0.7 Release
adrian.alexander.may at gmail.com
Sat Jul 6 07:40:09 CEST 2013
Is this a practical way to write Android and iPhone code? I don't mean
console programs, I mean realistic smartphone apps.
Seeing as smartphones outsell laptops by about 10 to 1 nowadays, it would
be nice if it was.
On 6 Jul 2013 12:03, "Kiwamu Okabe" <kiwamu at debian.or.jp> wrote:
> We are happy to announce Ajhc 0.8.0.7.
> You can program interrupt handler with Haskell language on this release.
> But not yet collect (big) patch sets, the changes will be merged to jhc.
> You can get Ajhc using "cabal install ajhc" command.
> The usage is found at Ajhc's project web site http://ajhc.metasepi.org/.
> The source code at https://github.com/ajhc/ajhc/tags.
> Welcome sending any bugs or your ideas to
> ## An example of interrupt handler written with Haskell
> The demo for Cortex-M4 has main context and intrrupt context.
> The main context waits time expire with polling counter.
> The interrupt context is called from clock exception, and decrement
> ## Other changes
> * Guard StablePtr critical section.
> * Add _JHC_JGC_SAVING_MALLOC_HEAP option for getting smaller malloc heap.
> * Link forkIO to forkOS.
> Enjoy! :)
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