Export lists in modules
cgibbard at gmail.com
Tue Feb 21 02:52:19 EST 2006
That seems sensible to me.
On 20/02/06, Jared Updike <jupdike at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I am not sure if this has been mentioned before, but something I
> > would really find useful is the ability to tell Haskell to export
> > everything in a function except for some named functions.
> No one has responded so I thought I would make a suggestion about what
> the syntax might look like to do this. Currently the syntax to set
> what gets exports is:
> > module Module ( list, of, things, to, export ) where ....
> and to hide things on import is
> > import Module hiding ( list, of, things, not, to, import )
> How about combining the two (since 'hiding' is already a reserved word):
> > module Module hiding ( list, of, things, not, to, export ) where ....
> Everything gets exported except what you explicitly hide. Is this
> general enough? Are there reasons why this might not work? And does
> this solve your problem? Does anyone like this idea (aethestically and
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