[Haskell-cafe] MRP, 3-year-support-window, and the non-requirement of CPP
Herbert Valerio Riedel
hvr at gnu.org
Tue Oct 6 20:16:22 UTC 2015
On 2015-10-06 at 21:32:19 +0200, Mikhail Glushenkov wrote:
> On 6 October 2015 at 19:03, Herbert Valerio Riedel <hvr at gnu.org> wrote:
>>> In the specific case of MRP, I can offer you a Wall-perfect transition
>>> scheme by either using `ghc-options: -fno-mrp-warnings` in your
>>> cabal-file, [...]
> Apropos, is there a similar option for AMP warnings? I would rather
> use that than CPP.
Sure, added in GHC 7.8:
| In GHC 7.10, Applicative will become a superclass of Monad,
| potentially breaking a lot of user code. To ease this transition, GHC
| now generates warnings when definitions conflict with the
| Applicative-Monad Proposal (AMP).
| A warning is emitted if a type is an instance of Monad but not of
| Applicative, MonadPlus but not Alternative, and when a local function
| named join, <*> or pure is defined.
| The warnings are enabled by default, and can be controlled using the
| new flag -f[no-]warn-amp.
However, if you use that now with GHC 7.10 you get a warning:
| $ ghc-7.10.2 -fno-warn-amp
| on the commandline: Warning:
| -fno-warn-amp is deprecated: it has no effect, and will be removed in GHC 7.12
so you you'll need to guard that with something like
if impl(ghc == 7.8.*) ghc-options: -fno-warn-amp
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