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*June 1990, Parallel Haskell. Simon Peyton Jones [http://groups.google.com/group/comp.lang.functional/msg/20a80be2e0c567f0?hl=en& mentions] that a parallel Haskell implementation is already running.
 
*June 1990, Parallel Haskell. Simon Peyton Jones [http://groups.google.com/group/comp.lang.functional/msg/20a80be2e0c567f0?hl=en& mentions] that a parallel Haskell implementation is already running.
 
*June 1990, A 3rd Haskell Implementation. Diomidis Spinellis [http://groups.google.com/group/comp.lang.functional/msg/e8b3a7f225e5bda4?hl=en& announces] that a 3rd Haskell implementation is underway at Imperial College. Notably it compiles to native assembly.
 
*June 1990, A 3rd Haskell Implementation. Diomidis Spinellis [http://groups.google.com/group/comp.lang.functional/msg/e8b3a7f225e5bda4?hl=en& announces] that a 3rd Haskell implementation is underway at Imperial College. Notably it compiles to native assembly.
*August 1990, HBC 0.99 (Haskell B Compiler). Lennart Augustsson [http://tinyurl.com/zszz9 announces] that Lazy ML version 0.99 comes with a free Haskell compiler, hbc. *Monads popularised by Wadler</p>
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*August 1990, HBC 0.99 (Haskell B Compiler). Lennart Augustsson [http://tinyurl.com/zszz9 announces] that Lazy ML version 0.99 comes with a free Haskell compiler, hbc.
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1990

  • April 1990, the Haskell Report is released.
  • June 1990, Implementations. John Peterson mentions that groups at Yale and Glasgow are working hard on implementing Haskell.
  • June 1990, Parallel Haskell. Simon Peyton Jones mentions that a parallel Haskell implementation is already running.
  • June 1990, A 3rd Haskell Implementation. Diomidis Spinellis announces that a 3rd Haskell implementation is underway at Imperial College. Notably it compiles to native assembly.
  • August 1990, HBC 0.99 (Haskell B Compiler). Lennart Augustsson announces that Lazy ML version 0.99 comes with a free Haskell compiler, hbc.
  • Monads popularised by Wadler