The dreaded M-R
ndmitchell at gmail.com
Mon Jan 30 19:52:51 EST 2006
> Second, a warning about "loss of sharing" may befuddle beginners (who
> are usually not taught to write type signatures at the start).
Are standards documents the place for prescribing which warnings
should be raised, and under what circumstances?
If someone is using GHC, and has specified -O2 then clearly something
that causes vastly more time is a problem. If someone is learning
Haskell and is using Hugs then they probably couldn't care less.
Perhaps some warnings should be left up to the implementation to
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