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1997

  • Happy 1.5. Simon Marlow announced the Happy 1.5

  • GHC 2.10. Simon Marlow announced GHC 2.10

  • Haskell mode for Emacs, version 1.0. Graeme E Moss announced Haskell mode for Emacs, version 1.0

  • Standard Haskell Poll. John Hughes announced a poll on Standard Haskell

  • GHC 2.09. Simon Marlow announced GHC 2.09

  • GHC 2.08. Simon Marlow announced GHC 2.08

  • GHC 2.07. Simon Marlow announced GHC 2.07

  • GHC 2.06. Simon Marlow announced GHC 2.06

  • Standard Haskell. John Hughes wrote on standardising Haskell once and for all.

  • GHC Status Report. Simon L Peyton Jones announced a GHC Status Report

  • Edison: Efficient Data Structures. Chris Okasaki announced the preliminary design of Edison, a library for efficient purely functional data structures

  • Happy for Haskell 1.4. Simon Marlow announced Happy for Haskell 1.4

  • Haskell mode for Emacs. Graeme Moss announced the Haskell mode for Emacs

  • GHC 2.04. Sigbjorn Finne announced GHC 2.04

  • Derive. Noel Winstanley announced Derive, a type-sensitive preprocessor for Haskell.

  • Pattern guards. Simon L Peyton Jones describes pattern guards

  • A pretty-printing library. Simon L Peyton Jones announced extensions to John Hughes' pretty printing library.

  • HBC 0.9999.4. Lennart Augustsson announced HBC 0.9999.4

  • Type classes: an exploration of the design space. Simon L Peyton Jones announced that the paper "Type classes: an exploration of the design space" was available

  • The Haskell 1.4 report is finally complete.. John C. Peterson announced the that the Haskell 1.4 report is finally complete.

  • Green Card, version 0.9. Sigbjorn Finne announced Green Card, version 0.9

  • JFP Editorial. Philip Wadler released a JFP editorial on the topic of taking advantage of HOT (higher-order typed) languages, and is seeking submissions.

  • GHC 2.02. Simon L Peyton Jones announced GHC 2.02

  • Draft of Haskell 1.4 Report is now available. John Peterson announced the Draft of Haskell 1.4 Report is now available