[jhc] darcs patch: when let-shrinking a tail, be sure to op... (and 4 more)

Korcan Hussein korcan_h at hotmail.com
Thu Aug 26 18:23:18 EDT 2010

With the latest source version of jhc the problem I was having here (http://www.haskell.org/pipermail/jhc/2010-August/000782.html) 
with 'whileEvents' with lambda the erroneous c-code seems to not happen any more :) 
I still have the weird problem of where multiple pointers obtained from foreign 
functions in the same scope end up having the same address of the first defined 
pointer in the scope. Despite that I managed to get a basic event loop with SDL working now.

I did have compile-errors when building jhc libraries from source, HUnit failed 
to build so I just commented that out from the makefile. I tried some other bits 
of code I had, one using monad transformers from transformers package I had 
compile-errors with a monad stack of Reader, State, IO by using 'get' function 
for state monads I get type unification error. I found some other problems 
but I'll report these all in details later soon. Probably the weekend.

> Date: Thu, 26 Aug 2010 14:35:24 -0700
> From: john at repetae.net
> To: jhc at haskell.org
> Subject: Re: [jhc] darcs patch: when let-shrinking a tail, be sure to op... (and 4 more)
> On Thu, Aug 26, 2010 at 11:52:43AM +0000, Korcan Hussein wrote:
>> Does that mean the bug fix for the problem with Grin generating erroneous c-code is available now? :-)
>> anyway I think i'll try this out tonight, thanks for the progress!
> Yeah, sorry about that. I just took a look and realized I hadn't pushed
> out those changes. I need to set up mail on my development box so I can
> just darcs send from there directly. (I have a big rackspace cloud
> server I use for development, so my physical computers are basically
> dumb terminals. I call it the RAIL system (Redundant Array of
> Inexpensive Laptops)) :)
> John
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