#haskell - Sun 25 Mar 2007 between 22:21 and 22:30

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TSCWouldn't you also have to put space between the comment and code lines?
kyevanI think lambdabot has a quote about emacs from me >_>
sorear@quote kyevan emacs
lambdabotkyevan says: Emacs makes my head hurt almost as much as haskell!
sorearthat?
DukeDaveTSC, yup,
LoganCapaldoemacs makes my fingers hurt
DukeDavebut cheers!
stepcutkyevan: do you want a haskell compiler running on the platform? Or do you just want to compile Haskell programs for the device ?
LoganCapaldohead not so much
donskyevan: nhc98 has been historically used on very small systems.
its not so much the language per se. but rather the compiler you use.
sorearkyevan: Turner had a compiler (for a subset of Miranda) which eliminated garbage collection completely - I think it predated google, but it was called the listless transformer
dunno how useful it was
DukeDaveah, "emacs: an operating system that can also be used to edit text"
sorearI know about it because of a reference in a book itself three years older than I
kyevanstepcut: Compiling on a larger system, but to a smaller one.
(CCing)
sorearkyevan: you might also be interested in Oleg and Shan's ICFP2007 paper
@google Lightweight static resources
lambdabothttp://lambda-the-ultimate.org/node/2106
Title: Lightweight static resources | Lambda the Ultimate
soreardisclaimer: I haven't read ita
stepcutkyevan: the yhi runtime could probably be made to run on a number of small platforms, but the first step would be to remove the dependency on libgmp
donsbut isn't this what nhc98 was built for?
sorearthere are ways yhi could be made much smaller
stepcut: gmp isn't a yhi dependency
stepcut: yhc-base uses the FFI to call gmp functions
stepcut: so any york runtime would suffer
actionsorear stefan@stefans:/usr/local/src/ghcbuild$ /usr/bin/time make -j2 &> make.log &
sorearstefan@stefans:/usr/local/src/ghcbuild$ /usr/bin/time make -j2 &> make.log &
@botsnack
lambdabot:)
stepcutsorear: ah, well, yhc-base must be hacked then
actiondmwit is using xmonad under a Xinerama-alike!
dmwitis using xmonad under a Xinerama-alike!
jcreighdmwit: woot!
dmwit: how does it work?
dmwitSome things are a little bit odd.
jcreighmodkey-w to switch to monitor 1, modkey-e to switch to monitor 2, shift+ either of those to move a window to that monitor. (Rather, the workspace on that monitor)
sorearLoad average at 2.04 and rising.
stepcutsorear: this is as far as I got: http://www.mail-archive.com/glasgow-haskell-users%40haskell.org/msg11147.html

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