[Haskell-cafe] Haskell on a PDA (was "Implementing Mathematica")
fruehr at willamette.edu
Sat Jun 2 20:01:31 EDT 2007
I seem to recall that Aarne Ranta ran Hugs on a (Sharp) Zaurus PDA at
one of the ICFPs a few years back. Aha, here in fact is a picture of
his GF (Grammatical Framework), written in Haskell, running on a Zaurus:
There seem to be more details available through his web page (a site-
specific Google search for "zaurus" would seem appropriate).
A broader Google search for "Haskell Zaurus" returns (for me) upwards
of 1/2 a million hits, the first page of which look promising
(although I can't believe all of them are!).
I don't own a Zaurus (or any PDA) myself, although I must say I'm
tempted now. So let me know if you find anything definitive.
On Fri 1 Jun 07, at 6:33 pm, Dan Piponi wrote:
> On 6/1/07, Chaddaï Fouché <chaddai.fouche at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 2007/6/1, Andrew Coppin <andrewcoppin at btinternet.com>:
>> > I looked, I didn't find anything interesting.
>> Well maybe you should look one more time with your brain on...
> Even my years old TI-89 calculator with a paltry Z80 processor and a
> few hundred K of RAM does symbolic algebra, including symbolically
> solving differential equations. Now if only I could run Haskell on a
> handheld that small.
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