Ross Paterson ross at
Thu Feb 2 08:05:57 EST 2006

On Thu, Feb 02, 2006 at 11:38:07AM +0100, John Hughes wrote:
> The problem with Haskell 98 is that it *lacks* features which
> have become absolutely essential to Haskell programmers today. Those
> features are what really *need* discussion and energy spent on them.
> [...]
> I'd like to see clearer priorities and a more focussed discussion--maybe the
> Wiki can be used to help?

As a small part of that, the tickets page has a tentative list of
"probably yes" changes.

Personally, I'm not sure about caseless underscore, concurrency, natural
numbers and parallel list comprehensions.

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