Haskell Libraries Wishlist
Shae Matijs Erisson
shae at ScannedInAvian.com
Wed Oct 13 10:18:16 EDT 2004
Olaf Chitil <O.Chitil at kent.ac.uk> writes:
> I'd just like to mention that last academic year I had a project student
> building such a system. Although the result is nice (it provides even some of
> the sophisticated features Simon mentions), I'm not happy enough with it to
> use it. This is partially because of the limited Haskell knowledge the
> student had, but mostly because the whole thing is based on WASH. From this
> project I learned that WASH is a large and complex library; it automatically
> pages); it has a number of problems, especially with preserving state; and it
> is changing quickly. The last point is good in that a number of problems
> disappeared within the year, but on the other hand the continously changing
> API also requires you to change your WASH application all the time.
Is the source for your app available? Is there a demo online?
I agree that WASH is large and complex, but I have used it for a few things.
yet tried to patch it.
I've been using Andrew Cooke's Halipeto for my personal website, it's a nice
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