[Haskell] ANNOUNCE: Dyre - Dynamic Program Recompilation (Xmonad-style configuration)

Will Donnelly will.donnelly at gmail.com
Thu Aug 6 01:22:26 EDT 2009

Dyre is a library for Xmonad-style program recompilation. It is based in
spirit after the HConf library written by the Yi project, but with a number
of key differences:
1. Focus on simple integration into existing programs.
2. A single program entry point, rather than two.
3. Emphasis on relaunching / state persistence as an *optional* feature.
4. Windows support

A reasonably complete explanation, along with a full usage example, is
available in the Haddock documentation for the 'Config.Dyre' module, which I
unfortunately cannot link to because HackageDB has not yet processed the
documentation. The library itself may be found at <
http://hackage.haskell.org/package/dyre>. I eagerly await any feedback
people have to offer.

Thank you for your attention
- Will Donnelly
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