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<p><em>lhs2TeX version 1.11</em>. Andres Loeh
 
[http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.lang.haskell.general/13414 announced]
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lhs2TeX version 1.11, a preprocessor to generate LaTeX code from
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document (useful for papers on Haskell).
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<em>Long Live Edison</em>. Robert Dockins [http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.lang.haskell.general/13295 announced] he had revived the Edison data structure code, and is maintaining a darcs repository, with a view to modernising the codebase.
 
<em>Long Live Edison</em>. Robert Dockins [http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.lang.haskell.general/13295 announced] he had revived the Edison data structure code, and is maintaining a darcs repository, with a view to modernising the codebase.
 
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''2006-02-20''
 
 
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<li> <em>The Haskell Workshop</em>. Andres Loeh
 
[http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.lang.haskell.general/13273 released]
 
the initial call for papers for the ACM SIGPLAN 2006
 
[http://www.haskell.org/haskell-workshop/2006/ Haskell Workshop], to be held at Portland, Oregon on the 17 September, 2006.
 
The purpose of the [http://haskell.org/haskell-workshop/ Haskell Workshop]
 
is to discuss experience with Haskell, and possible
 
future developments for the language. The scope of the workshop includes
 
all aspects of the design, semantics, theory, application, implementation,
 
and teaching of Haskell.
 
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Revision as of 02:37, 20 March 2006

2006-03-20

  • lhs2TeX version 1.11. Andres Loeh announced lhs2TeX version 1.11, a preprocessor to generate LaTeX code from literate Haskell sources.

    lhs2TeX includes the following features:

    • Highly customized output.
    • Liberal parser -- no restriction to Haskell 98.
    • Generate multiple versions of a program or document from a single source.
    • Active documents: call Haskell to generate parts of the document (useful for papers on Haskell).
    • A manual explaining all the important aspects of lhs2TeX.

2006-03-13

  • Alternative to Text.Regex. Chris Kuklewicz announced an alternative to Text.Regex. While working on the language shootout, Chris implemented a new efficient regex engine, using parsec. It contructs a parser from a string representation of a regular expression.
  • pass.net. S. Alexander Jacobson launched Pass.net. Written in Haskell, using HAppS, Pass.net lets websites replace registration, confirmation mails, and multiple passwords with a single login, authenticating via their email domain.

2006-03-06

  • Haskell as a markup language. Oleg Kiselyov writes on using Haskell to represent semi-structured documents and the rules of their processing. SXML is embedded directly in Haskell, with an open and extensible set of `tags'. The benefit of this is of course in static type guarantees, such as prohibiting an H1 element to appear in the character content of other elements.
  • hmp3 1.0. Don Stewart released hmp3 version 1. hmp3 is a curses-based mp3 player written in Haskell, designed to be fast, small and stable.
  • Edison 1.2rc2. Robert Dockins announced the second release candidate for Edison 1.2 is now ready for comments.

2006-02-27

  • Long Live Edison. Robert Dockins announced he had revived the Edison data structure code, and is maintaining a darcs repository, with a view to modernising the codebase.

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