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1993

1993-12

  • Yale Haskell Y2.0.7. John Peterson announced Yale Haskell Y2.0.7

  • Glasgow Haskell 0.19 released. Simon Peyton Jones announced Glasgow Haskell 0.19, "What a great system!"

1993-11

  • GHC 0.18. Will Partain announced the Glasgow Haskell "hacker's release" (v 0.18)

  • Obfuscated Haskell Contest. Lennart Augustsson announced the (Bottomth) Obfuscated Haskell Contest.

1993-10

  • Happy version 0.7. Simon Marlow announced Happy version 0.7, the first public release.

  • Yale Haskell 2.0.6 - New Macintosh Release. John Peterson announced the Yale Haskell 2.0.6 - New Macintosh Release

  • Bristol Haskell System, BRISK 0.0. The announcement of the Bristol Haskell System, BRISK 0.0

1993-09

  • Defining Haskell 1.3. Brian Boutel announced that committee volunteers were wanted for the definition of Haskell 1.3

  • Glasgow Haskell, v 0.16+. Will Partain announced that GHC 0.16+ was "slightly available" for DECstations, HP workstations.

  • pH: a parallel Haskell. Arvind announced the beginning of pH: a parallel Haskell

1993-08

  • Glasgow Haskell 0.17. Will Partain announced Glasgow Haskell 0.17.

  • Ratatosk version 0.1. Torben Mogensen announced Ratatosk version 0.1, a parser generator and scanner generator for Gofer

1993-06

  • GHC 0.16. Will Partain announced GHC 0.16

  • Yale Haskell 2.0.5. The Yale Haskell people announced Yale Haskell 2.0.5. Yale Haskell can be built from sources using CMU Common Lisp, Lucid Common Lisp, Allegro Common Lisp, or Harlequin LispWorks.

1993-05

  • Clean 0.8.4. Thomas Johnsson announced Concurrent Clean 0.8.4

1993-02

  • Haskell Status Report. Simon L Peyton Jones announced a Haskell implementation status summary. The first mention of a Haskell compiler (HBC) for Linux.

1993-01

  • MacGofer 0.16. Kevin Hammond announced MacGofer 0.16.

  • Glasgow Haskell 0.10. Will Partain announced Glasgow Haskell 0.10 ported to the Sun3s (68020).

  • HBC Haskell compiler - 0.999.1. Lennart Augustsson announced the HBC Haskell compiler - 0.999.1