Am Donnerstag, 20. MÃrz 2008 07:09 schrieb Ben Lippmeier:
> Hi All,
> I'm pleased to announce the initial alpha release
> of the Disciplined Disciple Compiler (DDC).
> Disciple is an explicitly lazy dialect of Haskell which includes:
> - first class destructive update of arbitrary data.
> - computational effects without the need for state monads.
> - type directed field projections.
> All this and more through the magic of effect typing.
> More information (and download!) available from:
> or http://code.google.com/p/disciple
> DDC: more than lambdas.
Short question: Is it appropriate to put the homepage of a non-Haskell project
on the Haskell Wiki? I mean, putting some basic info about such a project
there and link to the projectâs website might be okay and is already done in
certain cases. But projects like Agda or Epigram typically donât use
haskell.org as a webspace provider and I think this is the way to go. What
do others think?
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