[Haskell-cafe] When did it become so hard to install Haskell onWindows?

Ben Franksen ben.franksen at online.de
Mon Apr 27 17:32:57 UTC 2020

Am 27.04.20 um 17:34 schrieb Joachim Durchholz:
> Am 27.04.20 um 12:55 schrieb Ben Franksen:
>> This very much differs from how I view the /result/ of the work: here I
>> regard everything that has not been done in a clean and orderly fashion
>> as deficient. (And that goes for software, too, especially if it is
>> mature.)
> Sure, but how do you judge that work if you're not an expert?
> With old-style cars, you could inspect the machinery, even if you
> weren't fully educated you could see if there was grime in the gears or
> not. With today's cars and their electronics, and today's
> millions-of-lines software, that kind of check has become impossible.

Which is why I dislike modern cars. If I ever happen to buy another one
in my lifetime it will be an oldtimer.


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