Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux users needed for OpenGL extensions survey

2013-07-09 Thread Tom Ellis
On Mon, Jul 08, 2013 at 09:55:08PM -0700, Kirill Zaborsky wrote: Brian, I think it would be better to provide your email in the thread. E.g. from http://www.haskell.org/pipermail/haskell-cafe/2013-July/109061.html I can only reply to the maillist. I'm answering now through Google Groups

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux users needed for OpenGL extensions survey

2013-07-08 Thread Kirill Zaborsky
Brian, I think it would be better to provide your email in the thread. E.g. from http://www.haskell.org/pipermail/haskell-cafe/2013-July/109061.html I can only reply to the maillist. I'm answering now through Google Groups hope it will get to you. Kind regards, Kirill Zaborsky воскресенье, 7

[Haskell-cafe] Linux users needed for OpenGL extensions survey

2013-07-07 Thread Brian Lewis
Hi, I'm doing a survey to find out how well various OpenGL extensions are supported, to know where to focus efforts on Haskell game software. If you run Linux on your desktop and want to help, here's how: 1.) Save the information like this: $ glxinfo SOMENAME.glxinfo ... where SOMENAME

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Re: Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-30 Thread Ketil Malde
Jason Dagit: The reason I started telling everyone to avoid GHC in apt was the way it was packaged. [..] If they are lucky they figure out which apt package to install. I think people who are too lazy to bother to find out how their distribution works, should avoid any distribution. %

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Re: Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-30 Thread Ivan Lazar Miljenovic
Ketil Malde ke...@malde.org writes: I think people who are too lazy to bother to find out how their distribution works, should avoid any distribution. % apt-cache search foo % sudo apt-get install libghc6-foo\* Agreed (to the extent that someone who can't be bothered figuring out an

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Re: Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-30 Thread Marco Túlio Gontijo e Silva
Hi Ivan. Excerpts from Ivan Miljenovic's message of Ter Mar 30 00:01:19 -0300 2010: On 30 March 2010 13:55, Jason Dagit da...@codersbase.com wrote: (...) [..] now trying to profile something, oh wait, some problem again. Agreed, if Debian didn't include the profiling libraries with GHC

[Haskell-cafe] Re: Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-30 Thread Joachim Breitner
Hi Jason and other, thanks for the suggestions, the Debian Haskell Team is eager to learn why people do or don’t use the packaged libraries. Am Dienstag, den 30.03.2010, 14:01 +1100 schrieb Ivan Miljenovic: On 30 March 2010 13:55, Jason Dagit da...@codersbase.com wrote: [..] now trying to

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Re: Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-30 Thread Ketil Malde
Joachim Breitner nome...@debian.org writes: The profiling data is put in -prof packages, i.e. ghc-prof, libghc6-network-prof etc. Indeed, there is no easy way to tell the package system: Whenever I install a Haskell -dev package, please install the -prof package as well. One option might to

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Re: Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-29 Thread Jason Dagit
On Sun, Mar 28, 2010 at 4:53 AM, Joachim Breitner nome...@debian.orgwrote: Hi, Am Sonntag, den 28.03.2010, 09:04 +0100 schrieb Magnus Therning: I have to say it looks like Debian has gotten their act together somewhat when it comes to Haskel development. Many of the reasons for my

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Re: Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-29 Thread Ivan Miljenovic
On 30 March 2010 13:55, Jason Dagit da...@codersbase.com wrote: The reason I started telling everyone to avoid GHC in apt was the way it was packaged.  Casual Haskell users would install GHC but get something like 1/10th of the libraries GHC installs when you do a source install Is that

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Re: Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-29 Thread Erik de Castro Lopo
Ivan Miljenovic wrote: [..] now trying to profile something, oh wait, some problem again. Agreed, if Debian didn't include the profiling libraries with GHC (though is this due to how Debian does packages?). The haskell packages for Debian (I am one) have decided to stick to a pattern where

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Re: Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-29 Thread Ivan Miljenovic
On 30 March 2010 14:33, Erik de Castro Lopo mle...@mega-nerd.com wrote: The haskell packages for Debian (I am one) You are a Haskell _package_? :p  - The source code package will be called haskell-foo. Is this an actual installable package (so you're installing the actual source code?) ?

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Re: Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-29 Thread Erik de Castro Lopo
Ivan Miljenovic wrote: On 30 March 2010 14:33, Erik de Castro Lopo wrote: The haskell packages for Debian (I am one) You are a Haskell _package_? :p s/packages/packagers/ Although I speak for me, not the group.  - The source code package will be called haskell-foo. Is this an actual

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-28 Thread Ketil Malde
Chris Dornan ch...@chrisdornan.com writes: I am choosing a Linux distribution for a production Haskell project and would would normally just go with Debian I think Debian (I use Ubuntu, which inherits its packages) just got a lot better. I upgraded to 10.4 Lucid, and now I have ghc 6.12.1 and

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-28 Thread Jason Dagit
On Sat, Mar 27, 2010 at 9:11 PM, Chris Dornan ch...@chrisdornan.com wrote: Hi, I am choosing a Linux distribution for a production Haskell project and would would normally just go with Debian (pedigree, stability, and of course Haskell Platfom included) but CentOS is in the frame. Are

[Haskell-cafe] Re: Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-28 Thread Gour
On Sat, 27 Mar 2010 23:13:04 -0500 Jeff == Jeff Wheeler j...@nokrev.com wrote: Jeff A bunch of stuff is packaged by dons for Arch; you can see a lot Jeff of links to the Arch packages on Hackage. It might be worth Jeff looking into. +1 for Arch. Sincerely, Gour -- Gour | Hlapicina,

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Re: Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-28 Thread Lakshmi Narasimhan
My choice is latest packages available throug package manager and I use Fedora 12 as of now. Fedora 13 is coming out with ghc 6.12 By the way did you find out any packaged rpms for ghc on Centos? I remember a thread from haskell beginners on this where somebody was trying to get ghc installed on

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Re: Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-28 Thread Magnus Therning
On 28/03/10 08:50, Gour wrote: On Sat, 27 Mar 2010 23:13:04 -0500 Jeff == Jeff Wheeler j...@nokrev.com wrote: Jeff A bunch of stuff is packaged by dons for Arch; you can see a lot Jeff of links to the Arch packages on Hackage. It might be worth Jeff looking into. +1 for Arch. Add one

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-28 Thread Mathijs Kwik
As a developer in 3 languages (ruby java professionally, haskell as hobby) I must say I really prefer just managing this manually, separate from the package manager. I'm running ubuntu LTS (8.04) on production servers. I don't want to upgrade a server OS every 6 months, so I really like the more

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Re: Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-28 Thread Joachim Breitner
Hi, Am Sonntag, den 28.03.2010, 09:04 +0100 schrieb Magnus Therning: I have to say it looks like Debian has gotten their act together somewhat when it comes to Haskel development. Many of the reasons for my deserting Debian seem have been taken care of. so, what is missing for you to come

RE: [Haskell-cafe] Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-28 Thread Chris Dornan
: haskell-cafe-boun...@haskell.org [mailto:haskell-cafe-boun...@haskell.org] On Behalf Of Mathijs Kwik Sent: 28 March 2010 5:13 AM To: haskell-cafe@haskell.org Subject: Re: [Haskell-cafe] Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution As a developer in 3 languages (ruby java professionally, haskell as hobby) I must

[Haskell-cafe] Re: Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-28 Thread Ertugrul Soeylemez
Chris Dornan ch...@chrisdornan.com wrote: I am choosing a Linux distribution for a production Haskell project and would would normally just go with Debian (pedigree, stability, and of course Haskell Platfom included) but CentOS is in the frame. Are there any particularly strong reasons for

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Re: Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-28 Thread Magnus Therning
On 28/03/10 12:53, Joachim Breitner wrote: Hi, Am Sonntag, den 28.03.2010, 09:04 +0100 schrieb Magnus Therning: I have to say it looks like Debian has gotten their act together somewhat when it comes to Haskel development. Many of the reasons for my deserting Debian seem have been taken

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Re: Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-28 Thread Erik de Castro Lopo
Magnus Therning wrote: Well, maybe I should qualify that a bit. There were a few issues with Haskell in Debian in the past. Most noticeably the lack of packages in the standard repos. This seems to have been addressed. The other thing, that bit me at the time, and witch really pushed me

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Re: Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-28 Thread Jason Dusek
2010/03/28 Ertugrul Soeylemez e...@ertes.de However, as always there is a catch.  Gentoo is a source distribution, which means that you compile the entire system from scratch.  On modern computers this is quite fast, but sometimes it can hammer on your patience. To be fair, Gentoo has a

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-28 Thread Erik de Castro Lopo
Mathijs Kwik wrote: As a developer in 3 languages (ruby java professionally, haskell as hobby) I must say I really prefer just managing this manually, separate from the package manager. I'm running ubuntu LTS (8.04) on production servers. But this would mean that an environment for a

[Haskell-cafe] Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-27 Thread Chris Dornan
Hi, I am choosing a Linux distribution for a production Haskell project and would would normally just go with Debian (pedigree, stability, and of course Haskell Platfom included) but CentOS is in the frame. Are there any particularly strong reasons for preferring or avoiding any particular

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-27 Thread Jeff Wheeler
On Sat, Mar 27, 2010 at 11:11 PM, Chris Dornan ch...@chrisdornan.com wrote: Are there any particularly strong reasons for preferring or avoiding any particular distribution? A bunch of stuff is packaged by dons for Arch; you can see a lot of links to the Arch packages on Hackage. It might be

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Haskell-friendly Linux Distribution

2010-03-27 Thread Ivan Lazar Miljenovic
Jeff Wheeler j...@nokrev.com writes: On Sat, Mar 27, 2010 at 11:11 PM, Chris Dornan ch...@chrisdornan.com wrote: Are there any particularly strong reasons for preferring or avoiding any particular distribution? A bunch of stuff is packaged by dons for Arch; you can see a lot of links to the

Re[2]: [Haskell-cafe] Linux ghci vs Windows ghci

2010-02-24 Thread Bulat Ziganshin
Hello Brandon, Wednesday, February 24, 2010, 8:08:41 AM, you wrote: I feel that ghci code executing speed in guest os is 1.5~2x faster than host os My guess is that GHC (and the GHC RTS) on win32 is using a POSIX emulation layer supplied by mingw32 for all system calls, introducing extra

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux ghci vs Windows ghci

2010-02-23 Thread Brandon S. Allbery KF8NH
On Feb 21, 2010, at 06:27 , Donghee Nah wrote: I'm using Windows 7 32bit Host OS(ghc 6.8.3) and Virtualbox Archlinux Guest OS(ghc 6.8.4) I feel that ghci code executing speed in guest os is 1.5~2x faster than host os My guess is that GHC (and the GHC RTS) on win32 is using a POSIX

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux ghci vs Windows ghci

2010-02-22 Thread Joachim Breitner
Hi, Am Sonntag, den 21.02.2010, 13:58 +0100 schrieb Ketil Malde: Donghee Nah ppk...@gmail.com writes: I feel that ghci code executing speed in guest os is 1.5~2x faster than host os The code: let t n = do {if n `mod` 10 == 0 then print n else return ()} t (n+1) t 1 any clue?

[Haskell-cafe] Linux ghci vs Windows ghci

2010-02-21 Thread Donghee Nah
I'm using Windows 7 32bit Host OS(ghc 6.8.3) and Virtualbox Archlinux Guest OS(ghc 6.8.4) I feel that ghci code executing speed in guest os is 1.5~2x faster than host os The code: let t n = do {if n `mod` 10 == 0 then print n else return ()} t (n+1) t 1 any clue?

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux ghci vs Windows ghci

2010-02-21 Thread Ketil Malde
Donghee Nah ppk...@gmail.com writes: I feel that ghci code executing speed in guest os is 1.5~2x faster than host os The code: let t n = do {if n `mod` 10 == 0 then print n else return ()} t (n+1) t 1 any clue? Speed of the terminal? Cost of syscalls (user/kernel transitions)? -k

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux binary dist problems

2008-10-18 Thread Colin Fleming
Hi Leif, Thanks for the suggestions. Unfortunately this no longer works, the process is repeatedly killed for using too much memory on make install. I also had to manually install readline 4 since it's absurdly hard to open an RPM (or at least the compat one they have there). All up, this is

[Haskell-cafe] Linux binary dist problems

2008-10-14 Thread Leif Warner
I had the same problem with the 6.8.3 install on Dreamhost, unable to determine current path or something. Ended up using 6.8.2 install, and had to crack open the rpm of the old readline version they linked, put it in $HOME/lib, and set $LD_RUN_PATH to point to that.

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux binary dist problems

2008-10-07 Thread Colin Fleming
Ok, I tried nix but I couldn't get it to work. Initially I had a problem since I was trying to get nix to install in my home directory and on the host (Dreamhost) that's actually a symlink, which nix doesn't allow. Then once I got it installed finally it didn't build - I can't remember the details

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux binary dist problems

2008-10-06 Thread Colin Fleming
Hi Chris, Unfortunately that's not easy for me, I don't know exactly what the config of the server is, and I use OSX at home. I could probably rig something up using VMWare but that's a lot of work just to install the compiler. Another option might be to create an unregisterised build, as

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux binary dist problems

2008-10-06 Thread Colin Fleming
Hi Marc, Great, thanks for the pointer. I'll take a look at nix, that might be an option. Thanks for the offer of server space too, but I'd really like to get it going on my own space since I have domains and whatnot pointed there. I also realise that the IDE support isn't there - it's even

[Haskell-cafe] Linux binary dist problems

2008-10-05 Thread Colin Fleming
Hi all, I just joined this list, I'm interested in learning Haskell to complement my day job language (Java). I was interested in trying to make a simple website using Haskell in order to have something to practise on, however in my host's shared environment I can't use the Linux binary packages

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux binary dist problems

2008-10-05 Thread Chris Mears
Colin Fleming [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: It looks from the porting guide that I might be able to make 6.6.2 with just a C compiler, can I then use that to build 6.8.3? I have the same problem as you -- a hosting environment with an old libc -- and had the same problem with the binary

[Haskell-cafe] Linux version of ghc-6.8.3 won't intall or run for me: Floating point exception.

2008-09-04 Thread Alan Mackenzie
Hi, Haskell! I've downloaded the ghc-6.8.3-i386-unknown-linux.tar.bz2 tarball, which I expected to work on my GNU/Linux box (1.2 GHz Athlon, Debian Sarge). I'm new at this game, though I'm thoroughly experienced with (and bear deep battle scars from) GNU software in general. ./configure fails

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux version of ghc-6.8.3 won't intall or run for me: Floating point exception.

2008-09-04 Thread Johannes Waldmann
Hi, Alan - ./configure fails with checking for path to top of build tree... configure: error: cannot determine current directory. Yeah, I got the exact same error yesterday when trying to install a ghc-6.8.3 binary dist on some older machine. Well, since I had 6.8.2 working there, I just

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux version of ghc-6.8.3 won't intall or run for me: Floating point exception.

2008-09-04 Thread Don Stewart
acm: Hi, Haskell! I've downloaded the ghc-6.8.3-i386-unknown-linux.tar.bz2 tarball, which I expected to work on my GNU/Linux box (1.2 GHz Athlon, Debian Sarge). Was there a problem installing GHC from the Debian package system with apt? -- Don ___

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux version of ghc-6.8.3 won't intall or run for me: Floating point exception.

2008-09-04 Thread Ian Lynagh
On Thu, Sep 04, 2008 at 11:20:35PM +0200, Johannes Waldmann wrote: ./configure fails with checking for path to top of build tree... configure: error: cannot determine current directory. I guess the 6.8.3 binary does not work because it expects a newer version of libc or whatever. That's

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux version of ghc-6.8.3 won't intall or run for me: Floating point exception.

2008-09-04 Thread Johannes Waldmann
Was there a problem installing GHC from the Debian package system with apt? He said Sarge. I guess the current ghc packages are for Etch only? - J.W. signature.asc Description: OpenPGP digital signature ___ Haskell-Cafe mailing list

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux version of ghc-6.8.3 won't intall or run for me: Floating point exception.

2008-09-04 Thread Alan Mackenzie
HI THERE, JOHANNES, what a surprise, how are you doing? Remember teaching me the 7-ring 1-count? Might've been at Erlangen, possibly Augsburg, even Berlin, but it was quite a while ago. :-) On Thu, Sep 04, 2008 at 11:20:35PM +0200, Johannes Waldmann wrote: Hi, Alan - ./configure fails with

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux version of ghc-6.8.3 won't intall or run for me: Floating point exception.

2008-09-04 Thread Alan Mackenzie
Hi, Don! On Thu, Sep 04, 2008 at 02:24:20PM -0700, Don Stewart wrote: acm: Hi, Haskell! I've downloaded the ghc-6.8.3-i386-unknown-linux.tar.bz2 tarball, which I expected to work on my GNU/Linux box (1.2 GHz Athlon, Debian Sarge). Was there a problem installing GHC from the Debian

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux version of ghc-6.8.3 won't intall or run for me: Floating point exception.

2008-09-04 Thread Bryan O'Sullivan
On Thu, Sep 4, 2008 at 2:24 PM, Don Stewart [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've downloaded the ghc-6.8.3-i386-unknown-linux.tar.bz2 tarball, which I expected to work on my GNU/Linux box (1.2 GHz Athlon, Debian Sarge). Was there a problem installing GHC from the Debian package system with apt?

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux kernel/library question

2008-07-22 Thread Galchin, Vasili
Thank you, Fero and Sylvain! Vasili On Mon, Jul 21, 2008 at 2:21 PM, sylvain nahas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Vasili, Please have a look at http://vger.kernel.org/vger-lists.html The main list is linux-kernel. Depending on the level of your questions, you may also check

[Haskell-cafe] Linux kernel/library question

2008-07-21 Thread Galchin, Vasili
Hello, I am working on POSIX stuff. I have used Linux as my POSIX OS and have read source when I could find it. Does anybody in this group of Linux newsgroup where one can ask Linux-related implementation questions? Regards, Vasili ___

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux kernel/library question

2008-07-21 Thread frantisek kocun
Hi Vasili, try one of Linux groups at http://www.nabble.com/Linux-f252.html or maybe Linux kernel group http://www.nabble.com/linux-kernel-f49.html . But I don't know if there are people working with Haskell in Linux as well. But if you would like to ask something only about POSIX, I think

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux kernel/library question

2008-07-21 Thread sylvain nahas
Hi Vasili, Please have a look at http://vger.kernel.org/vger-lists.html The main list is linux-kernel. Depending on the level of your questions, you may also check linux-newbiehttp://vger.kernel.org/vger-lists.html#linux-newbie. If it concerns a defined subsystem/architecture, there is often a

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux device drivers

2005-03-22 Thread Keean Schupke
an educational experience for me, as I've not yet experimented with either the Linux kernel or Haskell FFI, nor have I had to learn how to squeeze much performance out of my Haskell code. Clearly, this application demands special things from the compiler and the runtime. But, I'm not exactly sure what, nor how

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux device drivers

2005-03-22 Thread Lennart Augustsson
But there are plenty of minor variations on how to program and initiate DMA for different devices. -- Lennart Keean Schupke wrote: Actually with PCI chipsets, implementing a generic BusMaster DMA driver is not too hard, assuming you already have interrupts handled (and you don't want

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux device drivers

2005-03-22 Thread Keean Schupke
I thought the BusMaster interface was pretty uniform, unlike the earlier DMA interfaces which varied from chipset to chipset. Keean. Lennart Augustsson wrote: But there are plenty of minor variations on how to program and initiate DMA for different devices. -- Lennart Keean Schupke wrote:

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux device drivers

2005-03-22 Thread Lennart Augustsson
What is this standard BusMaster interface you talk about? I must have missed something. I've yet to see two PCI chips that do DMA the same way. -- Lennart Keean Schupke wrote: I thought the BusMaster interface was pretty uniform, unlike the earlier DMA interfaces which varied from

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux device drivers

2005-03-22 Thread Keean Schupke
Have a look at the linux kernel IDE drivers, look for Generic IDE Chipset support Generic PCI bus-master DMA support Keean. Lennart Augustsson wrote: What is this standard BusMaster interface you talk about? I must have missed something. I've yet to see two PCI chips that do DMA the same way.

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux device drivers

2005-03-22 Thread Lennart Augustsson
Keean Schupke wrote: Have a look at the linux kernel IDE drivers, look for Generic IDE Chipset support That's the part I missed, you were talking about IDE chips. Yes, they have many similarities. You can probably run many of them in one of the slower modes with a common driver. But even these

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux device drivers

2005-03-22 Thread Keean Schupke
The generic busmaster diver should go all the way to UDMA mode 4 (133Mb) Keean. Lennart Augustsson wrote: Keean Schupke wrote: Have a look at the linux kernel IDE drivers, look for Generic IDE Chipset support That's the part I missed, you were talking about IDE chips. Yes, they have many

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux device drivers

2005-03-22 Thread Keean Schupke
I don't think I said anything controversial. I guess I was just over-simplifying things by only considering PC IDE hardware - but then again that must get you running on 90% of the systems people are likely to have lying around to play with a developmental OS on. On the other hand the average

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux device drivers

2005-03-22 Thread S. Alexander Jacobson
Would it be harder/easier better/worse to use Linux device drivers from hOp/House as opposed to writing new disk I/O stuff in Haskell? -Alex- __ S. Alexander Jacobson tel:917-770-6565 http://alexjacobson.com On Tue, 22 Mar 2005, Keean

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux device drivers

2005-03-21 Thread Iavor Diatchki
: mark: I was wondering about the possibility of using Haskell for developing device drivers that would be kernel modules for Linux. If nothing else, it would be quite an educational experience for me, as I've not yet experimented with either the Linux kernel or Haskell FFI, nor have I had

[Haskell-cafe] Linux device drivers

2005-03-20 Thread Mark Carroll
I was wondering about the possibility of using Haskell for developing device drivers that would be kernel modules for Linux. If nothing else, it would be quite an educational experience for me, as I've not yet experimented with either the Linux kernel or Haskell FFI, nor have I had to learn how

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux device drivers

2005-03-20 Thread Greg Buchholz
Mark Carroll wrote: I was wondering about the possibility of using Haskell for developing device drivers that would be kernel modules for Linux. If nothing else, it would be quite an educational experience for me, as I've not yet experimented with either the Linux kernel or Haskell FFI, nor

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux device drivers

2005-03-20 Thread Donald Bruce Stewart
mark: I was wondering about the possibility of using Haskell for developing device drivers that would be kernel modules for Linux. If nothing else, it would be quite an educational experience for me, as I've not yet experimented with either the Linux kernel or Haskell FFI, nor have I had

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux device drivers

2005-03-20 Thread S. Alexander Jacobson
, as I've not yet experimented with either the Linux kernel or Haskell FFI, nor have I had to learn how to squeeze much performance out of my Haskell code. Clearly, this application demands special things from the compiler and the runtime. But, I'm not exactly sure what, nor how to achieve such given

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux device drivers

2005-03-20 Thread Donald Bruce Stewart
, it would be quite an educational experience for me, as I've not yet experimented with either the Linux kernel or Haskell FFI, nor have I had to learn how to squeeze much performance out of my Haskell code. Clearly, this application demands special things from the compiler and the runtime

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux device drivers

2005-03-20 Thread Donald Bruce Stewart
not yet experimented with either the Linux kernel or Haskell FFI, nor have I had to learn how to squeeze much performance out of my Haskell code. Clearly, this application demands special things from the compiler and the runtime. But, I'm not exactly sure what, nor how to achieve

Re: [Haskell-cafe] Linux device drivers

2005-03-20 Thread S. Alexander Jacobson
Haskell for developing device drivers that would be kernel modules for Linux. If nothing else, it would be quite an educational experience for me, as I've not yet experimented with either the Linux kernel or Haskell FFI, nor have I had to learn how to squeeze much performance out of my Haskell code

Announce: Haskell-related Linux RPMs

1999-02-18 Thread Sven Panne
I've uploaded source RPMs and Linux RPMs (glibc) of the following programs to our FTP server ftp://ftp.informatik.uni-muenchen.de/pub/local/pms : * Alex: Chris Dornan's scanner generator for Haskell * GHC: The Glorious Glasgow Haskell Compilation System (from CVS) * Green Card: A

Re: haskell for linux

1993-05-15 Thread dingbat
In diku.lists.haskell you write: Ok. I know I've seen pointers for this, but for the life of me I can't find it... Does anybody know where the linux binaries are for hbc? (or any haskell implementation, really.) You'd better have lots of ram for this ;) From the README for Chalmers Lazy