(Sorry if this is the wrong list) I just saw the LTS Haskell announcement, and it made me wonder if there is a racket equivalent?
I've had occasion to use packages from older versions of racket recently and the ability to run quite old code unchanged is remarkable, despite many significant changes to racket itself in the past few years. The rate of change in Racket *is* terrifyingly but because of the remarkable backwards compatibility I'm not terribly concerned. Kind regards and HNY, Stephen Announcing LTS Haskell 1.0 | FP Complete https://www.fpcomplete.com/blog/2015/01/announcing-lts-haskell-1-0
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