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GHC error messages and their meaning.
 
GHC error messages and their meaning.
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== "`foo' is not applied to enough type arguments" ==
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TODO
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Example: TODO
   
 
== "foo' is not a (visible) method of class `Bar'" ==
 
== "foo' is not a (visible) method of class `Bar'" ==

Revision as of 13:48, 3 December 2009

GHC error messages and their meaning.

Contents

1 "`foo' is not applied to enough type arguments"

TODO

Example: TODO

2 "foo' is not a (visible) method of class `Bar'"

This error message occurs when one tries to instantiate a class, but did not import the functions one tries to implement.

Example:

import Prelude hiding ((==))
 
data Foo = Foo
 
instance Eq Foo where 
    (==) a b = True

3 "Cannot match a monotype with `Foo'"

See this Haskell-Cafe thread.


4 "Parse error in pattern"

TODO

Example: TODO