garious at gmail.com
Mon Sep 10 00:24:01 CEST 2012
> that accepts a single JSON 'file/string' from my Haskell
> program and produces another JSON 'file/string' that my
> Haskell program will accept.
One option is to make your Haskell program an HTTP server, and then use
Node.js to send and receive JSON files.
On Sat, Sep 8, 2012 at 12:08 PM, Bob Hutchison <hutch-lists at recursive.ca>wrote:
> I've looked around with no success… this surprises me actually. Has anyone
> interpreters in GHC (using the FFI)?
> I did find http://justinethier.github.com/husk-scheme/ which is a scheme
> R5RS implementation (I could make this work). There's also some work done
> Haskell, or the other way around, but I don't need that kind of thing.
> a single JSON 'file/string' from my Haskell program and produces another
> JSON 'file/string' that my Haskell program will accept.
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