[Haskell-cafe] Information about "definitive-base" prelude replacement
goodingm at gmail.com
Sun Mar 29 16:07:50 UTC 2015
I haven't used it before, but it looks like it redefines a number of existing
typeclasses to make its own hierarchy, which I don't think will interoperate
with other libraries that still depend on the standard implementations.
Clinton Mead wrote
> I've played around a bit with "classy-prelude", but recently I stumbled
> into "definitive-base", on hackage here -
> The documentation is sparse, but there's some brief information here:
> It looks interesting, but I was wondering if anyone has used it as a
> replacement prelude, and perhaps written/blogged on it? I'm just looking
> for a bit of a primer I guess.
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