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1992

1992-12

  • GHC 0.10. Simon Peyton Jones announced the first full release of the Glasgow Haskell Compiler (GHC, version 0.10).

1992-11

  • MacGofer 0.12. Kevin Hammond announced MacGofer 0.12

  • Type Checking Type Classes. Tobias Nipkow announced the availability of the paper "Type Checking Type Classes".

1992-10

  • Current status. Will Partain released a status report on the state of Haskell.

1992-08

  • Yale Haskell 2.0 beta. John Peterson announced that Yale Haskell 2.0-Beta now available

1992-07

  • Haskell B. and LML version 0.998.1. Lennart Augustsson announced Haskell B and LML version 0.998.1, available, naturally, free of charge. The compiler runs on SUN3/SunOS 4.1.2, Sequent Symmetry/Dynix 3.1.4, DECstation 3100/Ultrix 4.2 and SUN4/SunOs 4.1.2

  • Current status. Simon Peyton Jones announced the status report on Haskell, describing its origins, and the current state of play.

1992-06

  • An Introduction to Functional Programming Systems Using Haskell. Tony Davie announced the publication of a new book, "An Introduction to Functional Programming Systems Using Haskell"

  • The Spineless Tagless G-machine: detailed paper. Simon L Peyton Jones announced the The Spineless Tagless G-machine: detailed paper, was available, giving away all the trade secrets!

  • Haskell tutorial. Paul Hudak announced the availability of Haskell tutorial, by Paul and Joe Fasel.

1992-03

  • GHC 0.06. Simon Peyton-Jones announced that the Glasgow Haskell compiler (GHC) pre-release 0.06 is available.

  • Haskell report 1.2 now available,. John Peterson announced that the Haskell report 1.2 now available.

1992-02

  • Haskell implementations. Philip Wadler announced a list of Haskell implementations.

  • Haskell Report 1.2 issues. Simon L Peyton Jones announced a summary of outstanding issues for the Haskell Report 1.2

1992-01

  • Implementing functional languages: a tutorial. SL Peyton Jones and DR Lester announced that in the Spring of 1992 Prentice Hall will publish the above book, as part of their International Series in Computer Science (ed Hoare). The book gives a practical approach to understanding implementations of non-strict functional languages using lazy graph reduction.

  • Haskell Report 1.2 beta. Kevin Hammond announced the availability of the Haskell Report 1.2 beta