[xmonad] Issue 373 in xmonad: Hlintify XMonad & XMonadContrib

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Sat Feb 13 18:45:45 EST 2010

Status: Accepted
Owner: gwern0
Labels: Type-Enhancement Priority-Low Component-Contrib Maintainability  

New issue 373 by gwern0: Hlintify XMonad & XMonadContrib

Hlint (http://community.haskell.org/~ndm/hlint/) is a code-style tool that
flags verbose, useless, or otherwise bad bits of code. It would be good if
XMC had clean code. (Hlint strives for 'correctness'; none of the changes
ought to affect the semantics of the code.)

XMonad-core generates roughly 31 suggestions and XMC roughly 468. Even
excluding debatable suggestions like eta-reduction, this is a lot of small
bad things. Fortunately, they are all generally very easy to fix and
understand why the code was flagged, making this a good beginner project.

Attached are the 2 HTML reports hlint generates (obviously 31+468 messages
is a bit much to paste in).

	core.html  38.5 KB
	xmc.html  528 KB

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