Prelude and (:) and ((:), ) bugs?
Marcin 'Qrczak' Kowalczyk
21 Sep 2001 16:47:24 GMT
20 Sep 2001 12:37:36 -0600, Alastair David Reid <email@example.com> pisze:
>> Ah, I forgot that you can't export a constructor on its own.
> You can't?
> I probably knew this once but looking at it now, it seems kinda
> surprising. Haskell's module system is supposed to be just namespace
> control --nothing more-- so why is it preventing me from doing
> something which is perfectly safe and well-defined?
It's ambiguous whether you mention a value constructor or a type
constructor / class. They are in separate namespaces and distinguished
by context in normal source, but the export list doesn't provide
There is a strange exception that you can *hide* value constructors
directly. Hiding a name beginning with uppercase applies to all
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