[Haskell-cafe] Well typed OS
siddu.druid at gmail.com
Sun Oct 21 07:59:33 UTC 2018
Kind of tangential, but bluespev verilog is a "Haskell inspired" version of
verilog that has a strong Haskell flavour (typeclasses, purity, a
rudimentary effect system that tracks combinational versus state based
logic, clock domains embedded into the type, width polymorphic functions,
It's a really great way to see what a haskell-like-hardware description
language could look like :)
On Sun 21 Oct, 2018, 12:34 Joachim Durchholz, <jo at durchholz.org> wrote:
> Am 21.10.18 um 04:52 schrieb Will Yager:
> > This is the basis of projects like Clash (Haskell to HDLs). I imagine
> one could extend the clash approach to generate allocation-free assembly
> from the same (large) subset of Haskell.
> Is that subset described somewhere?
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