Summary of progress

Johannes Waldmann
Mon, 12 Mar 2001 14:29:59 +0100 (MET)

> An alternative might be to adopt an extension such that
> 	import Haskell.
> would add D/Haskell/ to the search path for each D in the current search

This looks like a hack? Indicating that we believe nested module names
are a good thing, but also believe that they are cumbersome to use?

Do we need two types of `imports':
`import Foo.Bar.M' imports a module, while
`import Foo.Bar.*' does not actually import a module,
but rather adds an element to the search path.
So that `import Foo.Bar.*; import M' would do the same as `import Foo.Bar.M'

Or do you actually mean `import *.Haskell.*' ?
This would make `Foo.Haskell.M' visible as `Foo.M' ? Or as `M' ?

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