[Haskell] [ANNOUNCE] yhc - York Haskell Compiler
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Fri Nov 11 18:09:19 EST 2005
On 11/11/05, Neil Mitchell <ndmitchell at gmail.com> wrote:
> Just so that people don't get the wrong idea ...
> - It's just an experiment of mine with the backend that turns out to
> have sparked some interest. It seems to compile most of Haskell 98 (at
> least it did when it last worked ;-)) but it's in no way an industrial
> strength compiler yet.
I'm curious. Can you be more specific about what you thought
wanted/needed changing in nhc98's VM and/or compiler?
I haven't played around with nhc98 yet, but I was intrigued by its
small size and its (modestly-sized and simple) bytecoded
implementation. Should I now be more interested in Yhc instead? ;-)
I'd like to build a web-publishing framework in Haskell that is
totally self-contained, very portable, and easy to bootstrap ... and
nhc98 or Yhc might be a nice place to start.
Are you documenting your thoughts about the Yhc implementation somewhere?
There's more than one way to do it: the Perl way, and the _right_ way.
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