Parallel Performance Tuning for Haskell

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    tomkirbygre​en

    Yes, very interesting! Let me be the first once again to say: 'I wish there was a Haskell# or Haskell .NET'. I don't suppose there is a .NET BCL binding for WinHugs? I mean I guess you'd have to put the whole BCL in the IO monad - but it'd be a start...

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    JoshRoss

    The funniest things are the things that are true.  I wonder what percentage of the BCL methods are pure?

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    tomkirbygre​en

    You actually raise a really good point. I wonder what MS are going to do in this area? Provide type annotations for existing stuff or just take a deep breath and start a parallel (sic) BCL type space with explicit pure / impure semantics baked into a updated type system. It's going to be really interesting to see what engineering choices they make in this space.

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    Charles

    Stay tuned. Smiley
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    eyeris

    The hs-dotnet library is probably the closest to what you want, though it's not pretty.

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