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Hoed is a lightweight algorithmic debugger that is practical to use for real-world programs because it works with any Haskell run-time system and does not require trusted libraries to be transformed.

To locate a defect with Hoed you annotate suspected functions and compile as usual. Then you run your program, information about the annotated functions is collected. Finally you connect to a debugging session using a webbrowser.