#haskell - Mon 19 Feb 2007 between 00:57 and 01:04

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soreardons: what is the arg to timeout?
../../bin/timeout 400 "yhi -h 32M Main.hbc < sorting.input > sorting.yhc.actual 2>&1" || v=$? ; echo $v > yhc.status ; exit $v
donsthat's the seconds limiit
see header.mk
400 second timeout limit
soreardoh
my bad
incorrect Seconds -> Minutes conversion there
Stingerare there any restrictions on the Picosecs fields of timedefs?
er not timedefs TimeDiffs
kc5tjasorear: That's "return stack"; in Forth, the control stack doesn't actually exist -- it's almost universally mapped to the data stack.
StingerI am getting overflow exceptions
ivanmsorear: so (a ||) . b is lazy? What about ((||) a) . b, is that the same thing?
sorearkc5tja: I was referring to the return stack. in forth terminology, I've never heard of any but data, return, fp
pjdkc5tja: more accurately, the return and data stack together correspond to what's called the control stack in other languages
sorearwhat's a control stack?
kc5tjasorear: ANSI Forth defines the control stack formality (it's hardly a formalism).
pjdyou could say forth has a decoupled control stack
ivanmAlso, in general, for guard statements, is having several conditions (||)'d together the same as having multiple guard statements?
soreardata, return, fp - I've heard of these
kc5tjasorear: Words that affect control flow create or consume items on the "control stack" for the purposes of branch target resolution.
sorearcontrol - never heard of it in any language, assumed it meant return
oh yeah
see, it's been a while! :)
pjdsorear: the control stack is generally what people mean when they talk about "the stack"
kc5tjaSo, BEGIN will post a "cs-orig" item on the control (usually data) stack.
sorearin !forth, what does "control stack" mean?
dons: nobench errored out
cp: target `/home/dons/www/nobench/' is not a directory: No such file or directory
donsset PUBLISH=NO
pjdsorear: other languages generally just have a single control stack which does the job of both forth's data and return stacks
donsbut sounds like the build went through
soreardons: http://members.cox.net/stefanor/bench.results
allbery_bin compilers it can mean that the internal stack of control constructs (if-then-else; in haskell, do and let blocks, in other languages loop constructs) overflowed
or in interpreters
donssorear: so no yhc?
ah sorry
sorear: can you edit bin/versions to print the 'yhc' version ?
hmm. so yhc doesn't have getArgs in System?
sorearCreating patch to "http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~dons/code/nobench"...

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