# Safely running untrusted Haskell code

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Obviously, don't run code in the IO monad, just show pure results (or possibly make your own monad that is a restricted subset of IO). But it's a lot more complicated than that... | Obviously, don't run code in the IO monad, just show pure results (or possibly make your own monad that is a restricted subset of IO). But it's a lot more complicated than that... | ||

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+ | See [http://haskell.org/pipermail/haskell-cafe/2007-May/025941.html a long discussion] in Haskell Cafe. |

## Revision as of 21:38, 26 May 2007

Obviously, don't run code in the IO monad, just show pure results (or possibly make your own monad that is a restricted subset of IO). But it's a lot more complicated than that...

See a long discussion in Haskell Cafe.