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Miranda dead?
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ultranewb
2012-05-10 23:35:56 UTC
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Is Miranda dead? From what information I've been able to find, seems
like it hasn't been actively developed in years. The mailing list
information says only a couple of posts happen a year. A search here
for "Miranda" shows the last post on it being in 2004 or so.
Torben Ægidius Mogensen
2012-05-15 08:50:17 UTC
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Post by ultranewb
Is Miranda dead? From what information I've been able to find, seems
like it hasn't been actively developed in years. The mailing list
information says only a couple of posts happen a year. A search here
for "Miranda" shows the last post on it being in 2004 or so.
Miranda has to all intents and purposes been superseeded by Haskell.

Torben
ultranewb
2012-05-16 05:41:24 UTC
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Post by Torben Ægidius Mogensen
Miranda has to all intents and purposes been superseeded by Haskell.
        Torben
Meh, that sucks. I liked the list comprehensions with Miranda, and
every time I write Haskell code it wants me to do explicit type
conversions and it sucks.

Anyway, thanks. Seemed like this list was dead.
Paul Rubin
2012-05-16 07:00:17 UTC
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Post by ultranewb
Meh, that sucks. I liked the list comprehensions with Miranda, and
every time I write Haskell code it wants me to do explicit type
conversions and it sucks.
What conversions does Haskell require that Miranda lets you skip?
Torben Ægidius Mogensen
2012-05-16 13:41:49 UTC
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Post by Paul Rubin
Post by ultranewb
Meh, that sucks. I liked the list comprehensions with Miranda, and
every time I write Haskell code it wants me to do explicit type
conversions and it sucks.
What conversions does Haskell require that Miranda lets you skip?
fromInteger would be my guess.

Torben
ultranewb
2012-05-16 18:04:12 UTC
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Post by Torben Ægidius Mogensen
fromInteger would be my guess.
        Torben
Yup, that's the main one I have trouble with, and I hate having to
clutter my code with it.

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