FW: DPH & vector
simonpj at microsoft.com
Wed Sep 15 07:01:59 EDT 2010
From: Leshchinskiy, Roman [mailto:Roman.Leshchinskiy at sc.com]
Sent: 15 September 2010 10:06
To: Simon Peyton-Jones; Manuel M T Chakravarty; Roman Leshchinskiy
Cc: Ben Lippmeier
Subject: RE: DPH & vector
| (1) how far you got the with the integration and when you expect to
| push the patches and
Like I said, I hope to sort it all out this weekend.
| (2) whether we can help in any way.
The only thing that I'll need help with is getting the vector tarball
into the ghc distribution but since we don't have the tarball yet
that'll have to wait.
PS: I don't think I'm allowed to post to cvs-ghc from this address :-/
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