[Haskell-cafe] missing optimization for (++)
lysxia at gmail.com
Mon Mar 5 12:40:48 UTC 2018
On 03/05/2018 07:13 AM, Ben Franksen wrote:
> Okay, okay, I got it. I did not think about strictness when I asked. The
> funny thing is that the two fusion rules combined, as explained by
> Josef, seem to cause this shortcut to be taken. But that can't be true
> because (++) really is non-strict, I tested that, with -O2. How do you
> explain that?
Rewrite rules apply at compile time and don't force any computation.
The second rule fires only if the second argument of (++) is
syntactically . Otherwise the code doesn't change, and strictness is
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