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The Hugs Users Mailing List June 2001
Yeo Gek Hui — 99207658009 Jun 2001
[ArchiveOrange]: There doesn't seem to be anything here...
(KAKIHARA Norihiro) — 99268332016 Jun 2001
I see. Trying again and again, I could compile H/Direct `without no trouble' -- rather than successfully. This is how I compiled H/Direct 0.17 wit...
(KAKIHARA Norihiro) — 99269444016 Jun 2001
I've misposted my message To compile H/Direct 0.17 with GHC 4.08.2 at Hugs-User (correctly at glasgow-haskell-user). Please excuse me......
(Nicole Gabler) — 99287150618 Jun 2001
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(Michael Ackerman) — 99369279828 Jun 2001*
Hello, I've just started to study the Haskell module system, and I find that export lists for modules in Hugs do not seem to work. For example, if...
(Christopher Sharpe) — 99383009929 Jun 2001
Hello, Can you help me understand how to make something more quantified than just (a -> b) a member of a class? Thanks in advance! === This is a ...
(KAKIHARA Norihiro) — 99383875629 Jun 2001*
I want to use ForeignObj for large transient data, but Hugs ForeignObj implementation is quite mysterious... Three ForeignObj interfaces are described...