Linking Problem, ghc 5.02: cannot find -lreadline

2002-02-05 Thread Marc van Dongen
or in the mini faq. Anybody there to give me a quick hint how to get around this? Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | Computer Science Department | Western Road | () ASCII ribbon campaign University College Cork |Cork, Ireland | /\ against

Re: gcd 0 0 = 0

2001-12-18 Thread Marc van Dongen
both a and b). Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | Computer Science Department | Western Road | () ASCII ribbon campaign University College Cork |Cork, Ireland | /\ against HTML mail phone: +353 (0)21 4903578 | fax: 4903113

Re: gcd 0 0 = 0

2001-12-18 Thread Marc van Dongen
, Here an integer a divides an integer b if there is an integer c such that b = c*a. Note that if you regard an integer a to be greater than another integer b if b divides a then the gcd of two intgerers may also be regarded as the greatest common divisor of a and b. Regards, Marc van Dongen

Re: gcd 0 0 = 0

2001-12-18 Thread Marc van Dongen
have a pretty good idea about what it means for one number to divide another. [snip] Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | Computer Science Department | Western Road | () ASCII ribbon campaign University College Cork |Cork, Ireland

Re: gcd 0 0 = 0

2001-12-16 Thread Marc van Dongen
Marc van Dongen ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: : An integer $a$ divides integer $b$ if there exists an integer : $c$ such that $a c= b$. [snip] : gcd 0 0 = 0; and : gcd 0 0 /= error Blah To make clear why $0$ (and not any other non-zero integer) is the gcd of $0$ and $0$ I should have added

Re: gcd 0 0 = 0

2001-12-14 Thread Marc van Dongen
perfect sense to say that $0$ divides $0$ which is why gcd 0 0 = 0; and gcd 0 0 /= error Blah The gcd of two integers is usually defined as a non-negative number to make it unique. HTH. PS: I am strongly in favour of gcd 0 0 = 0. Regards, Marc van Dongen

Re: code for exercise 4.10

2001-10-11 Thread Marc van Dongen
rock dwan ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: : Iam having some difficulties doing exercise 4.10 from craft of fucntional : programming book ..is their a possible solution for this ? Can we please move this thread to the haskell cafe? Thanks in advance, Marc van Dongen

Re: GC options. Reply

2001-08-07 Thread Marc van Dongen
to 30M. That seems to be on the low side. Obviously people's opinions will always differ. Why not introduce environment variables to allow for people to set their own defauls settings? Regards, Marc [still lurking] van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 4903578 University

Re: computer language shootout

2001-07-27 Thread Marc van Dongen
Miles Egan ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: [shootout] Before it starts to explode, can we move this thread to the Haskell Cafe? Regards, Marc -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 4903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax:+353 21 4903113 Western Road, Cork, Ireland | Email

Two Times [was Re: Happy and Macros (was Re: ANNOUNCE: Happy 1.10 released)]

2001-05-11 Thread Marc van Dongen
Manuel M. T. Chakravarty ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: [received message twice] Am I just the only one or does everybody receive messages posted to [EMAIL PROTECTED] and [EMAIL PROTECTED] twice? I find it a bit (I know I am exaggerating) annoying. Is there a way to avoid this? Regards, Marc

Two Times [was Re: Happy and Macros (was Re: ANNOUNCE: Happy 1.10 released)]

2001-05-11 Thread Marc van Dongen
Manuel M. T. Chakravarty ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: [received message twice] Am I just the only one or does everybody receive messages posted to [EMAIL PROTECTED] and [EMAIL PROTECTED] twice? I find it a bit (I know I am exaggerating) annoying. Is there a way to avoid this? Regards, Marc

Re: Help about programming a module in haskell ?

2001-04-18 Thread Marc van Dongen
Mickal GAUTIER Hi, There is a Prolog module for Haskell but when I tried to locate it I couldn't find it. Perhaps somebody can help. Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 4903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax:+353 21 4903113 College Road, Cork

lreadline

2001-02-12 Thread Marc van Dongen
Hello all, When linking, ghc-4.08.1 fails due to a ld: fatal: library -lreadline: not found error. Is this a ghc error or should I get that library from somewhere else? Thanks in advance. Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 4903578 University College Cork

Re: `Covertible' class. Reply.

2001-02-08 Thread Marc van Dongen
implemented. You really need this. Regards, Marc van Dongen ___ Haskell mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.haskell.org/mailman/listinfo/haskell

Re: My program is crashing - help!

2001-01-02 Thread Marc van Dongen
Marcin 'Qrczak' Kowalczyk ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: [HEELP] Are you using RULES? If you are then try turning them all off. Just a thought. Regards, Marc ___ Glasgow-haskell-users mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Group theory

2000-10-24 Thread Marc van Dongen
Mechveliani's docon (algebraic DOmain CONstructor) has facilities for that. Have a look at: http://www.cs.bell-labs.com/who/wadler/realworld/docon.html Regards, Marc van Dongen ___ Haskell mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.haskell.org/mailman/listinfo

Re: 'undefined reference to `_imp__Addr_zdfNumAddrOff_closure' (? ????????)

2000-09-27 Thread Marc van Dongen
, Marc van Dongen

Bug report: mkPrimReturnCode: Upd tpl4{-c9vM-}

2000-08-13 Thread Marc van Dongen
] The annotations were added in a file containing type and data definitions only. The compilation of that file went fine. The compilation of another one depending on the types went wrong:-( I have attached a log. Let me know if you need some more info. Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van

Re: Wish list: RULES, line number and filenames.

2000-08-10 Thread 'Marc van Dongen'
Simon Marlow ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: : You're right in saying that errors can be generated at certain points in the : source file, but these points (the beginning of a definition, a case branch, : a type signature, a guard, an 'if' expression, etc.) have nothing to do with : definition vs.

Re: Wish list: RULES, line number and filenames.

2000-08-10 Thread 'Marc van Dongen'
Simon Marlow ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: : yes, I should have mentioned that you need to use a cpp macro to achieve the : desired effect. eg. GHC's "ASSERT" macro: : :#define ASSERT(e) if (not (e)) then (assertPanic __FILE__ __LINE__) else Cool. I'll try it the next time I have to debug

Wish list: RULES, line number and filenames.

2000-08-04 Thread Marc van Dongen
= error $ concat ["lookupFM :: key not in range in line ",line," in ",file] The function #lookupFM would be the ``real'' lookupFM function. The idea is that after debugging of a function one can just disable a rule in the RULES section. Just a thought. Regards, Mar

Wish List: Number of function calls

2000-08-02 Thread Marc van Dongen
for profiling. BTW: Is there a way to do this with profiling as it is at the moment? Yours, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 4903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax:+353 21 4903113 College Road, Cork, Ireland | Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

ghc-4.08 core dumps: probably parenthesis related

2000-07-05 Thread Marc van Dongen
is not ok. Hope this helps. Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 4903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax:+353 21 4903113 College Road, Cork, Ireland | Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Prelude in LaTeX

2000-07-05 Thread Marc van Dongen
Hello all, Is there anybody who knows where to find the Prelude typeset in Manuel Chakravarty's haskell.sty? Thanks in advance for any replies. Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 4903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax:+353 21 4903113

Re: Integer arithmetic broken (again)

2000-06-04 Thread Marc van Dongen
Sven Panne ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: : [EMAIL PROTECTED] might be the more appropriate list. A reader of that list asked me explicitly not to send it to that list because he thought it wasn't appropriate to sent cvs-bug messages to that list:-) I'll send further error messages to cvs-ghc in

Integer arithmetic broken (again)

2000-06-03 Thread Marc van Dongen
free to contact me for further information. Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 4903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax:+353 21 4903113 College Road, Cork, Ireland | Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

mkdependHS (proposal for improvement)

2000-06-01 Thread Marc van Dongen
Hi there, I don't know if this is a known problem. The ``problem'' with mkdependHS is when it is used in conjunction with happy. The imports in the .ly file are not recognised and one has to rebuild sources by hand. I am surprised I never noticed this before and it isn't a big problem. Just a

mkdependHS (again)

2000-06-01 Thread Marc van Dongen
Hello again, Please ignore my previous email. When used properly mkdependHS *does* indeed recognise dependencies in happy input files. The reason why it didn't work for me was because I didn't have a *.ly argument in my makefile. Sorry for the confusion. Regards, Marc van Dongen

Re: static evaluation of dynamics thing

2000-05-20 Thread Marc van Dongen
' a b | assertAndBelieveMe (b /= 0) = quot a b So that a special version of quot could be used which would not check for b == 0. : Life is short. Are these features that would be useful to lots of people? Yes please. Regards, Marc van Dongen

Mutable Arrays

2000-05-09 Thread Marc van Dongen
Hello again, Sorry for asking again but I can't find the answer in the on line user manual. What does one have to do to use mutable arrays? An old program won't compile anymore with a very recent ghc from CVS. I am using GlaExts. Thanks in advance. Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van

Re: Mutable Arrays

2000-05-09 Thread Marc van Dongen
Michael Weber ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: [...] : $ cvs log ghc/lib/std/PrelArr.lhs : : revision 1.19 : date: 2000/03/14 12:16:00; author: simonmar; state: Exp; lines: +57 -57 : Simplfy the mutable array story: : - rename MutableArray to STArray (and similarly : for all

Mutable Arrays

2000-05-08 Thread Marc van Dongen
Hello all, I wanted to recompile some old programs with the latest ghc from CVS. MutableArray wasn't known any more. I do import GlaExts. What am I missing? Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 4903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax:+353 21

Re: sample argument. Dongen's example

2000-05-08 Thread Marc van Dongen
) to the polynomial ring k[X] then you can if you have a polynomial, say p, in k[X] already. Just use: constant p c. Regards, Marc -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 4903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax:+353 21 4903113 College Road, Cork, Ireland | Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[dongen@cs.ucc.ie: Re: sample argument. Dongen's example]

2000-05-08 Thread Marc van Dongen
Sorry about this. I thought I group replied when replied Sergey's e-mail. -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 4903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax:+353 21 4903113 College Road, Cork, Ireland | Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] - Forwarded message from Marc van Dongen

Re: sample argument. Dongen's example

2000-05-08 Thread Marc van Dongen
S.D.Mechveliani ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: [I cc'd this to haskell as well] : this is exactly the Domain conversion proposal, described in : basAlgPropos. class Cast a b where cast :: a - b - a. : The first argument is the sample for domain. The second casts to : `a' after the given sample.

Re: basAlgPropos. Why sample argument

2000-05-07 Thread Marc van Dongen
zero p created a zero polynomial with certain ``built-in'' properties like a term-order it inherited from p. Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 4903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax:+353 21 4903113 College Road, Cork, Ireland | Email: [EMAIL

Re: doubly linked list

2000-04-28 Thread Marc van Dongen
again; this was years ago. Regards, Marc van Dongen initQueue :: Ix i = (LinkedList s i v) - [(i,v)] - ST s (Maybe i,Maybe i) initQueue _ [] = return (Nothing,Nothing) initQueue marks ((i,v):ivs) = writeArray marks i (Nothing,Nothing,Just v) a2q marks i i ivs addToQueue

Re: libraries for Integer

2000-04-19 Thread Marc van Dongen
in NTL :http://www.shoup.net/ntl/ Do you have any data about comparisons with this or other packages? Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax: +353 21 903113 College Road, Cork, Ireland | Email: [EMAIL

Re: libraries for Integer

2000-04-19 Thread Marc van Dongen
George Russell ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: [...] : Sorry I can't be more helpful. But there is unlikely to be a simple : answer to the question "Does LIP or GMP multiply numbers fastest?"; : it will depend on how big the numbers are, what platform you are using, : and how much difficult the

Re: key for fast compilation

2000-04-17 Thread Marc van Dongen
program were to read the values for yFields from a file? Just a thought. Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax: +353 21 903113 College Road, Cork, Ireland | Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Type signatures in instance declarations?

2000-04-10 Thread Marc van Dongen
. : I agree. I posted a similar comment one or two years ago. Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax: +353 21 903113 College Road, Cork, Ireland | Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Type signatures in instance declarations?

2000-04-10 Thread Marc van Dongen
Koen Claessen ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: [snip] : * Why can one not have a type declarion in the export : list of a module? Common practice for many people : is to put these types in comments now (which is really : dangerous, since the types might change but not the :

[dongen@cs.ucc.ie: Re: Debugging techniques]

2000-04-07 Thread Marc van Dongen
Sorry about this. I forgot to group reply. - Forwarded message from Marc van Dongen [EMAIL PROTECTED] - Date: Fri, 7 Apr 2000 09:55:12 +0100 From: Marc van Dongen [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: "Michael A. Jones" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: Debugging techniques X-Mailer: Mutt 1.0.1

Re: ServiceShow class for messages

2000-03-31 Thread Marc van Dongen
S.D.Mechveliani ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: [ error messages printing their aguments ] Printing the argument of a function as part of an error message may lead to infinite error messages. It may even lead to several calls to error which all have to be shown. I don't think a compiler will ever be

Ratio: (-1:%1) (-1:%1)?

2000-03-24 Thread Marc van Dongen
to (1) should not be true. According to the language definition (1:%-1) != (-1:%1). Personally I think that built-in data types should obey (1), (2) and (3). Maybe I am missing something. Any comments? Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 4903578 University

Re: Ratio: (-1:%1) (-1:%1)?

2000-03-24 Thread Marc van Dongen
. [...] Regards, Marc -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 4903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax:+353 21 4903113 College Road, Cork, Ireland | Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Ratio: (-1:%1) (-1:%1)?

2000-03-24 Thread Marc van Dongen
Lennart Augustsson ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: : I am not quite sure how to express this in Haskell : terms but here it goes anyway: Why is :% in Ratio : not hidden? : What?!? Of course :% is hidden. It's always been hidden. : If it isn't it's a bug in your implementation or a (new) bug :

Re: Ratio: (-1:%1) (-1:%1)?

2000-03-24 Thread Marc van Dongen
D. Tweed ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: : If you haven't loaded any modules then hugs is in `module scope' of : prelude and it's possible. If you do, eg, :l List then you end up in that : module scope and it's no longer allowed. That's exactly what happend. I ran hugs and typed in (1:?2). I was

Re: Ratio: (-1:%1) (-1:%1)?

2000-03-24 Thread Marc van Dongen
every other operation that creates a Ratio. It is not possible. As I replied before but you may not have received it yet, I was wrong in assuming that one could use :%. Again, sorry about the confusion. Regards, Marc van Dongen

Re: Recent Sparc breakage

2000-03-16 Thread 'Marc van Dongen'
me for further info:. Regards, Marc van Dongen

cvs: make all - SocketPrim error

2000-03-15 Thread Marc van Dongen
/parsec make[2]: *** [SocketPrim.o] Error 1 make[1]: *** [all] Error 1 make: *** [all] Error 1 Just to let you know. Log appended. Regards, Marc van Dongen

SocketPrim (more info)

2000-03-15 Thread Marc van Dongen
Regards, Marc van Dongen

FastString.lhs:629: parse error on input `#'

2000-03-13 Thread Marc van Dongen
, Marc van Dongen -- ===fptools== Recursively making `all' in glafp-utils ghc hslibs ... PWD = /newdisk/dongen/cvs/fptools

Re: FastString.lhs:629: parse error on input `#'

2000-03-13 Thread Marc van Dongen
George Russell ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: : Marc van Dongen wrote: [error at line 629] : Odd, because I get (from the anon-cvs repository) : : /usr/local/pub-bkb/ghc/ghc-latest/bin/ghc -cpp -fglasgow-exts -Rghc-timing -I. :-IcodeGen -InativeGen -Iparser

Re: Q: Library for (efficient:-) join and projection

2000-03-13 Thread Marc van Dongen
! [...] Regards, Marc van Dongen

Re: cvs: make all - error PackedString.lhs

2000-03-12 Thread Marc van Dongen
Sven Panne ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: : Marc van Dongen wrote: : Just to let jou know. I just updated and tried to rebuild : ghc from cvs. I then got: : : PackedString -c PackedString.lhs -o PackedString.o -osuf o : [...] : : I've already fixed that one (and a related bug in ghc

Q: Library for (efficient:-) join and projection

2000-03-12 Thread Marc van Dongen
. Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 4903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax:+353 21 4903113 College Road, Cork, Ireland | Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: -O2 == crash

2000-03-09 Thread Marc van Dongen
not. : With -O2-for-C it does not. Hi Macin, I installed gcc-2.95 some months ago and downgraded to 2.8.1 because I couldn't get it running. gcc-2.8.1 seemed to work fine (until a few days ago). Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 903578 University

Re: Enum instance for Ratio

2000-03-09 Thread Marc van Dongen
George Russell ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: : Marc van Dongen wrote: : Wouldn't that make Enum depend on Ord? : Doesn't seem to make sense if classes are : enumerable but not comparable. Of course above I should have said orderable in stead of comparable. : What examples are there of types

Re: Enum instance for Ratio

2000-03-09 Thread Marc van Dongen
George Russell ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: : A logical definition of Enum (to me wearing a mathematical hat) : would be : : succ x = min { y | y x} : Wouldn't that make Enum depend on Ord? Doesn't seem to make sense if classes are enumerable but not comparable. Regards, Marc

cvs built ghc creates segmentation fault generating binaries

2000-03-03 Thread Marc van Dongen
to be the cause of the problem. I'll try to locate the error and let you know of my findings. Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax: +353 21 903113 College Road, Cork, Ireland | Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

cvs update - patch: invalid options

2000-03-03 Thread Marc van Dongen
Should I ignore these or look for a different patch? Thanks in advance. Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax: +353 21 903113 College Road, Cork, Ireland | Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: cvs update - patch: invalid options

2000-03-03 Thread Marc van Dongen
George Russell ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: [...] : Should I ignore these or look for a different patch? : My first reaction would be to look for a different CVS, like GNU CVS 1.10. If you're : already using that, get the GNU patch as well (which has many more options than : most patches).

Re: cvs update - patch: invalid options

2000-03-03 Thread 'Marc van Dongen'
Julian Seward (Intl Vendor) ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: [patch problems] : This is the one we use: : : cam-02-unx:~/Feb24/fpt/ghc$ patch -v : patch 2.5 : Copyright 1988 Larry Wall : Copyright 1997 Free Software Foundation, Inc. : : It has never given me any problems. I think it is

cvs: Profiling.c:462: parse error before `'

2000-03-02 Thread Marc van Dongen
Hello again, When making cvs it halts because of a Profiling.c:462: parse error before `' I have appended a log. Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax: +353 21 903113 College Road, Cork, Ireland | Email

Re: Profiling.c:462: parse error before `'

2000-03-02 Thread 'Marc van Dongen'
), then just remove Profiling.c and cvs update to recover : the stock version. Thanks, that solved that problem. Now I get a:-( StixPrim.lhs:6: Could not find valid [boot] interface file `OrdList' Any suggestions? Log appended. Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept

cvs: MachCode (undeclared functions)

2000-03-01 Thread Marc van Dongen
Hi there, Make all fails due to the fact that some functions in nativeGen/MachCode are undeclared. Log appended. Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax: +353 21 903113 College Road, Cork, Ireland

cvs: Profiling.c:462: strucuture has no member named `emitted'

2000-03-01 Thread Marc van Dongen
Hi there, I just updated cvs and now make fails because of a Profiling.c:462: strucuture has no member named `emitted' thingy. Log appended. Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax: +353 21 903113

cvs: make boot fails: mkdependHS-inplace: can't open directory haxml/lib

2000-03-01 Thread Marc van Dongen
Hello again, When carrying out a make boot with cvs this caused a problem because of the following: mkdependHS-inplace: can't open directory haxml/lib I have appended a log. Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 903578 University College Cork, NUIC

Re: make boot fails: mkdependHS-inplace: can't open directory hax ml/lib

2000-03-01 Thread 'Marc van Dongen'
Gunter also pointed me in this right direction. Regards, Marc -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax: +353 21 903113 College Road, Cork, Ireland | Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

cvs 4.07 arithmetic errors in Integer arithmetic

2000-02-28 Thread Marc van Dongen
against applying the same fix for 4.06? Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax: +353 21 903113 College Road, Cork, Ireland | Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: More on randoms

2000-02-04 Thread Marc van Dongen
... : And vectors (with decently uncorrelated elements). Etc. Yes please. But do change the word vector into [Integer]. [...] Regards, Marc van Dongen

CVS: make all: [MatchPS.o] Segmentation Fault (core dumped)

2000-02-02 Thread Marc van Dongen
is required. Regards, Marc van Dongen

CVS make all failed: RegAllocInfo

2000-01-31 Thread Marc van Dongen
updating today this failed. Any suggestions on how to fix this will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance. Marc van Dongen *** log *** ===fptools== Recursively making `all

Dowloading ghc

2000-01-27 Thread Marc van Dongen
it because the archives don't seem to be updated on a day to day-ish basis. Is there any chance this will be done? I find the archives very useful. Regards, Marc van Dongen -- Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax: +353 21 903113 College

Re: Dowloading ghc

2000-01-27 Thread 'Marc van Dongen'
the confusion. Regards, Marc van Dongen

Segmentation Fault (After installing 2.95.2)

1999-12-16 Thread Marc van Dongen
sem to run fine.) Regards, Marc van Dongen ___ Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax: +353 21 903113 College Road, Cork, Ireland | Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Dynamic scopes in Haskell

1999-12-01 Thread Marc van Dongen
. Regards, Marc van Dongen

Re: Haskell and Computer Algebra

1999-11-30 Thread Marc van Dongen
[I cc'd this to haskell users since I couldn't find out what the name was of the forum to which the original thread belonged to. Appologies if I have made a mistake and I am upseting somebody.] Jerzy Karczmarczuk: : horrible complexity. Does it answer your question?

Re: Scientific uses of Haskell?

1999-11-26 Thread Marc van Dongen
www.theorema.org Regards, Marc van Dongen ___________ Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax: +353 21 903113 College Road, Cork, Ireland | Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

make depend

1999-09-09 Thread Marc van Dongen
Hi There, When I noticed that my mkdependHS didn't work any more I noticed that the release notes for ghc-4.04 mentioned that this program had become obsolete and that ghc-4.04 -M should be used instead. The problem I have with ghc-4.04 -M is that is seems to be *very* reluctant to generate

Re: make depend

1999-09-09 Thread Marc van Dongen
. I think I'll wait until I am refered to some form of documentation. Thanks again, Marc van Dongen

Re: make depend

1999-09-09 Thread Marc van Dongen
/command line options) which doesn't make any reference to the -M flag. I'll try again. Thanks. Regards, Marc van Dongen

Re: ghc from CVS (1999/07/31) throws core...

1999-08-02 Thread Marc van Dongen
ore dumped) Regards, Marc van Dongen

Internal Happy Error (another one)

1999-08-02 Thread Marc van Dongen
Hi there, ghc-4.04's parser does not seem to like expressions of the following kind: case a of (#I a) - and blah (# sa, a, #) Upon using these expressions it dies due to an internal Happy error. Hope this helps, Marc van Dongen

Manual Pages Unboxed Values

1999-08-01 Thread Marc van Dongen
Integer = S# Int#-- small integers | J# Int# ByteArray# -- large integers Regards, Marc van Dongen

ghc-4.04 (-fddump-rules and -fddump-simpl-stats don't work)

1999-08-01 Thread Marc van Dongen
, Marc van Dongen ___ Marc van Dongen, CS Dept | phone: +353 21 903578 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax: +353 21 903113 College Road, Cork, Ireland | Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Internal Happy Error

1999-08-01 Thread Marc van Dongen
) - return (S# g) Hope that helps. Regards, Marc van Dongen

Re: redirecting *.hi

1999-07-21 Thread Marc van Dongen
Sergey: One small correction: The sed script should be: sed -e 's/.*\/\([^\/][^\/]*\)\.hs/$(E)\/\1.o, $(E)\/\1.hi/' Of course: :g/.*\/\([^\/][^\/]*\)\.hs/s//$(E)\/\1.o, $(E)\/\1.hi/ in vi should also work. Regards, Marc

bug with trace

1999-07-01 Thread Marc van Dongen
Fail: Prelude.tail: empty list Regards, Marc van Dongen

Re: Integer - Int conversion

1999-06-23 Thread Marc van Dongen
Bound-1)*(maxBound-1) outputs: According to ghc-4.02 (1-maxBound)^2 = 4 According to ghc-4.02 (maxBound-1)^2 = 4 Mod maxBound the result of both multiplication should have been 1. Maybe it is better to rely on Integers. Regards, Marc van Dongen

Proposal for error message improvement

1999-04-15 Thread Marc van Dongen
there are in the definition of a function, the more difficult I have found it to locate the cause of errors resulting in error messages as the one above. Would it be possible to provide an explanation as to what could have caused such errors? Regards, Marc van Dongen

Re^2: Extra output lines from trace.

1999-04-09 Thread Marc van Dongen
Hi there, This is related to at least two earlier messages in this forum which sadly enough I only noticed today. It probably is a feature that since then trace doesn't print Trace on/Trace off anymore. Is there any reason for not doing this anymore? In my opinion it makes tracing very

kind mismatch ($)

1999-01-04 Thread Marc van Dongen
of an identifier suffixed by a one or more quote symbols. Regards, Marc van Dongen

gmp.info

1998-12-31 Thread Marc van Dongen
Dear all, According to the user guide (section 6.2) there should be a document calld gmp.info in the distribution. I tried to locate it, but it is not there. Is there anybody who can tell me where to get it. Regards, Marc van Dongen

Is there anybody who can help me with this

1998-12-29 Thread Marc van Dongen
be greatly appreciated. Regards, Marc van Dongen Marc van Dongen, Computer Science Dept | phone: +353 21 903084 University College Cork, NUIC | Fax: +353 21 903113 College Road, Cork, Ireland | Email: [EMAIL

State Interface Description

1998-12-28 Thread Marc van Dongen
Dear All, I am hoping that somebody will be able to help me with this before the hollidays are over:-) I am trying to locate a document with a name state_interface or something similar which is being named in some file in the 4-01 distribution. I have tried to locate it but failed. It seems as

Pattern match(es) overlapped (again)

1998-12-15 Thread Marc van Dongen
Hi there, This is ghc-4.01 I have not seen an instance of such a message for non-overlapping patterns for non-string types. As part of a where clause I have (modulo renaming) two equations of the following form: f Pat1 p2 p3 p4 = rhs1 f Pat2 p2 p3 p4 = rhs2 where Pat1 and Pat2

Overlapping Patterns (false alarm)

1998-12-15 Thread Marc van Dongen
Hello again, Sorry about my previous ``report'' on overlapping patterns. I overlooked the fact that the first ``ground'' instance appearing in the function definition was, in fact, a variable. GHC really works! Regards, Marc

`__ap_9_upd_info' undeclared

1998-12-02 Thread Marc van Dongen
went wrong. If you need more info to know what is going on, please let me know and I may give it a shot to isolate the problem. Regards, Marc van Dongen ** ghc-4.00 -c Filnam.lhs -recomp -v -fglasgow-exts -cpp -hi-diffs -syslib

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