Greetings, and thanks for reading issue 32 of HWN, a weekly newsletter covering developments in the Haskell community. Each Monday, new editions are posted to the Haskell mailing list and to The Haskell Sequence. RSS is also available. Headlines also go to haskell.org.
hImerge: a graphical user interface for emerge. Luis Araujo released hImerge, a graphical user interface for emerge, (Gentoo's Portage system) written in Haskell using gtk2hs. Here's a jpg. The main idea is to simplify browsing the entire portage tree as well as of running the most basic and common options from the emerge command. hImerge also offers several handy tools, like global and local use flags browsers, and a minimal web browser.
Wed Apr 5 06:33:44 PDT 2006 Simon Marlow * add support for x86_64; foreign import is now supported in GHCi on x86_64
Thu Apr 6 10:57:53 PDT 2006 Lemmih * GHC.Base.breakpoint isn't vaporware anymore. -fignore-breakpoints can be used to ignore breakpoints.
Thu Apr 6 19:05:11 PDT 2006 Simon Marlow * Reorganisation of the source tree Most of the other users of the fptools build system have migrated to Cabal, and with the move to darcs we can now flatten the source tree without losing history, so here goes. The main change is that the ghc/ subdir is gone, and most of what it contained is now at the top level. The build system now makes no pretense at being multi-project, it is just the GHC build system.
JaffaCake :: gcc is getting smarter, so we need to hit it with a bigger stick ihope :: Oops, I forgot that Djinn doesn't do GADT's. malig :: quantum mechanics actually strikes me as less weird than lazy evaluation sometimes. at least it disallows time travel
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