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forces with beschmi to integrate the debugger in Emacs, building on top of beschmi
 
forces with beschmi to integrate the debugger in Emacs, building on top of beschmi
 
code to use the ghc-api from Emacs. A new project sponsored by Hac'07 !
 
code to use the ghc-api from Emacs. A new project sponsored by Hac'07 !
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Lemmih: Worked on porting the parallel QuickCheck driver to QuickCheck-2.0. Did a little bit of 'binary' hacking.

Revision as of 18:46, 12 January 2007

Hac2007-group-outside.jpg

Hac2007 peoples standing outside the Oxford university computing lab. 11th Jan 2007.


Top Row

From left: Thorkil Naur, Neil Mitchell (ndm), Ketil Malde, David Waern, Dominic Steinitz, Simon Marlow (JaffaCake), Ben Lippmeier (benl23)


Middle Row

From left: Benedikt Schmidt (beschmi), Pepe Iborra (mnislaih)

Bottom Row

From left: Ian Lynagh (Igloo), Duncan Coutts (dcoutts), Bjorn Bringert (bringert), Don Stewart (dons), Kirsten Chevalier (Binkley), Lennart Kolmodin (kolmodin), David Himmelstrup (Lemmih).


Summary

dons: Worked on the new binary IO package, and patched hmp3 and lambdabot to use the new package. Lambdabot's now running live with 'binary' state

Binkley: Worked on ticky-ticky profiling in GHC. Pending review, that code is ready to go into GHC's HEAD.

pepe: Produced some GHC patches related to the GHCi debugger, and joined forces with beschmi to integrate the debugger in Emacs, building on top of beschmi code to use the ghc-api from Emacs. A new project sponsored by Hac'07 !

Lemmih: Worked on porting the parallel QuickCheck driver to QuickCheck-2.0. Did a little bit of 'binary' hacking.