Revision as of 19:05, 12 January 2007
Hac2007 peoples standing outside the Oxford university computing lab. 11th Jan 2007.
From left: Thorkil Naur, Neil Mitchell (ndm), Ketil Malde, David Waern, Dominic Steinitz, Simon Marlow (JaffaCake), Ben Lippmeier (benl23)
From left: Benedikt Schmidt (beschmi), Pepe Iborra (mnislaih)
From left: Ian Lynagh (Igloo), Duncan Coutts (dcoutts), Bjorn Bringert (bringert), Don Stewart (dons), Kirsten Chevalier (Binkley), Lennart Kolmodin (kolmodin), David Himmelstrup (Lemmih).
dons: Worked on the new binary IO package, and patched hmp3 and lambdabot to use the new package. Lambdabot's now running live with 'binary' state
kolmodin: Worked on the new binary IO package.
Binkley: Worked on ticky-ticky profiling in GHC. Pending review, that code is ready to go into GHC's HEAD.
pepe: Produced some GHC patches related to the GHCi debugger, and joined forces with beschmi to integrate the debugger in Emacs, building on top of beschmi code to use the ghc-api from Emacs. A new project sponsored by Hac'07 !
Lemmih: Worked on porting the parallel QuickCheck driver to QuickCheck-2.0. Did a little bit of 'binary' hacking.
Igloo: Tidied up Cabal, implemented -fwarn-tabs in GHC, fixed a couple of other small things, took part in various design discussions (e.g. hackage stuff, some of Neil's bits), and other random stuff I've forgotten already.
ndm: Index searching for Haddock. Gtk2Hs with waiting on Handles in Win32 (answer = doesn't work). DeferedBinary module, for Hoogle.
Waern: Started working on generating correct links to external package modules in Haddock-GHC. Decided together with Simon to avoid having separate Haddock interface files and use GHC's .hi-files only. Needed to modify GHC to include some extra information in the .hi-files to be able to do this.
dcoutts: binary, ...