Haskell' Status Report

Ravi Nanavati ravi at bluespec.com
Thu Sep 28 16:51:37 EDT 2006

The rule-of-thumb (only violated in a few instances) has been that each 
proposal needs to be implemented in some Haskell compiler to be eligible 
for consideration as part of Haskell'.

The pages that describe each proposal in detail (including Pros and 
Cons) also generally include comments about what the implementation 
status of the proposal is in various compilers. You can find them via 
the link in the Description column of the status tables or via their 
associated ticket page. If there some specific proposals where more you 
feel implementation detail is needed, please feel free to let us know.

  - Ravi

Stefan Monnier wrote:
>> Ravi Nanavati has very helpfully put together a status report for the
>> Haskell Prime process.  Please see this link, or read the pasted text
>> below:
>> http://hackage.haskell.org/trac/haskell-prime/wiki/Status'
> This wiki is really neat.  I do wish there was some information in it about
> the implementation status of those proposals, so we can tell if those things
> are already implemented in most Haskell compilers/interpreters (and for how
> long).
>         Stefan
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