Changes between Version 34 and Version 35 of Status/April07


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May 4, 2007 12:48:26 AM (7 years ago)
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sorear
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  • Status/April07

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    7979   [http://www.comp.nus.edu.sg/~sulzmann/publications/tr-eadt.ps.gz A framework for Extended Algebraic Data Types]. 
    8080 
    81  * Björn Bringert (a GHC Hackathon graduate) implemented 
     81 * Bjoern Bringert (a GHC Hackathon graduate) implemented 
    8282   ''standalone deriving'', which allows you to write a `deriving` 
    8383   declaration anywhere, rather than only where the data type is 
     
    8686 
    8787 * Lennart Augustsson implemented overloaded string literals.  So now 
    88    just as a numeric literal has type `∀a. Num a ⇒ a`, 
    89    so a string literal has type `∀a. IsString a ⇒ a`, 
     88   just as a numeric literal has type `FAa. Num a => a`, 
     89   so a string literal has type `FAa. IsString a => a`, 
    9090   The documentation is here: http://www.haskell.org/ghc/dist/current/docs/users_guide/other-type-extensions.html#overloaded-strings. 
    9191 
     
    201201 * The GHC API has seen some cleanup, and it should now be both more complete and slightly easier to use.  There is still plenty of work to do here, though. 
    202202 
    203  * David Wearn has been working on integrating Haddock and GHC during his Google Summer of Code project 
     203 * David Waern has been working on integrating Haddock and GHC during his Google Summer of Code project 
    204204   last year.  The parts of this project that involved modifying GHC are done and integrated into the 
    205205   GHC tree.  The new version of Haddock based on GHC is usable but still experimental; the darcs repository is [http://darcs.haskell.org/SoC/haddock.ghc here].