The Haskell 1.3 Report is now complete.  A web page with the entire
report and other related information is at:

This new report adds many new features to Haskell, including monadic
I/O, standard libraries, constructor classes, labeled fields in
datatypes, strictness annotations, an improved module system, and many
changes to the Prelude.  The Chalmers compiler, hbc, supports most
(all?) of the new 1.3 features.  The Glasgow compiler will soon be
upgraded to 1.3.  A new version of Hugs (now a combined effort between
Mark Jones and Yale) will be available later this summer.

A postscript version of the report is available at 
This file should be available at the other Haskell ftp areas soon.

   John Peterson
   Yale Haskell Project

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