Christian Maeder Christian.Maeder at
Thu Nov 26 07:23:50 EST 2009

David Virebayre schrieb:
> Isn't the proposal about :
> \begin{code}
> main = do
>  if True then putStrLn "1"
>  ;else putStrLn "2"
> \end{code}

This should go through, too, but also does not for me according to

Change the syntax for conditionals to

    exp -> if exp1 [;] then exp2 [;] else exp3

i.e., add optional semicolons before then and else, making the above
example legal. This has been recently added to jhc, GHC and Hugs, and so
far it has not caused any problems.

But the main purpose of the proposal was to support the notation without
 ";" and the indentation by at least one character.

I just do not see that it "has been recently added to GHC"
I've checked ghc-6.10.4 and

Cheers Christian

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