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Check the [[DDC/ReleaseNotes-Alpha1|ReleaseNotes]] and [http://code.haskell.org/~benl/disciple-HEAD/INSTALL INSTALL] instructions.
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Check the [[DDC/ReleaseNotes-Alpha1|ReleaseNotes]] and [http://code.haskell.org/~benl/disciple-HEAD/INSTALL INSTALL] and [http://code.haskell.org/~benl/disciple-HEAD/doc/HACKING HACKING] instructions.
   
 
== Contact the Maintainers ==
 
== Contact the Maintainers ==

Revision as of 05:28, 20 March 2008

DDC

Disciple is an explicitly lazy dialect of Haskell which supports destructive update, computational effects, type directed field projections and some other useful things.

Contents

1 Disciple vs Haskell

Some example code showing most of the extensions, and it's output, core and C-code

2 The Disciplined Disciple Compiler

  • Uses a typed core language which includes effect, closure, region and mutability information.
  • This extended type information is used to allow code-transformation style optimizations in the presence of side effects and mutable objects.
  • Compiles via standard C99, so is highly portable.
  • Compiles cleanly on linux-x86 and darwin-x86 (tested on Mac OS X 10.5.2)
  • Is in a usable alpha state.

3 Get the Source

Use darcs to get the repo from haskell.org

   darcs get http://code.haskell.org/~benl/disciple-alpha1

Alternatively, download the source tar-ball from Google code

   http://code.google.com/p/disciple/downloads

Check the ReleaseNotes and INSTALL and HACKING instructions.

4 Contact the Maintainers