#haskell - Mon 19 Feb 2007 between 11:34 and 11:42

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dino-vincenz: No, but somebody came here a week or so asking stuff like that. Turned out that all he needed to do was install the Windows ghc and it can be run from cygwin like anything else.
donsndm. ok. those are the current numbers now
TB?src foldl1
lambdabotfoldl1 f (x:xs) = foldl f x xs
foldl1 _ [] = undefined
vincenzdino-: ah thx, cause a colleague of mine has gotten interested in haskell and was trying to get ghgc working
dino-kombinator: But those are so not nice for conversation like "bind". :)
ndm@karma+ dons for the nobench work
lambdabotdons's karma raised to 121.
vincenzdino-: so.... do you remember the nick of that person?
xerox:O
donsndm, note that since the reinstall yhc has started saying "Found file multiple times" for missing modules
any idea what that is?
its the same modules that previously were not found at all, e.g. bytestring and Monad.ST
dino-vincenz: I don't, someone new to the big H, I think. But you can run any program from cygwin.
ndmdons: you might need to completely clean all the old stuff off first
dino-vincenz: It's as good as (well better than) the cmd shell.
vincenz: One thing that I remember having to do was put programs binary dirs into the system's PATH environment variable.
vincenz: Which, in Windows, is inexplicably hidden in My Computer tabs somewhere.
donsndm, remove lib/nhc* ? and start over?
dino-Instead of a proper startup script like autoexec.bat and config.sys used to be.
ndmdons: lib/nhc shouldn't be there, but yeah, remove all and start over
donsok. i'll try that tomorrow. note that yhc did speed up after the type=release build
ndmdons: yeah, i guess there is somewhere we've screwed up which is making it slower, i'll get Tom to look into it
dino-vincenz: It's probably not helpful to say this: but perhaps colleague would be happily surprised with Linux or BSD.
donsi reckon we need nightly runs of this stuff to keep on top of what the compilers are doing
vincenzdino-: not really no :)
dino-: especially since he knows about linux and uses it for other reasons
Igloodons: Graph animations would be cool (but you need to filter out bad data)
donsanimations?
i was thinking html would be enough :)
maybe some gnuplot
IglooOver time
donsa lot of work ;)
IglooShouldn't be too bad once you have graphs. Need to wait a year or so for them to be interesting, though
donsah i see. yes.
need to hook this up to the nightly build runs
ndmdons: its fantastic, part of my phd is going to be speeding up Yhc, so it gives me some nice concrete targets
i want to beat GHC as my target :)
IglooNightly build of what, though?

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