Yhc . Core – from Haskell to Core

@inproceedings{Alliet2007YhcC,
  title={Yhc . Core – from Haskell to Core},
  author={Brian Alliet and Goetz Isenmann and Ian Lynagh and Isaac Dupree and Kartik Vaddadi},
  year={2007}
}
  • Brian Alliet, Goetz Isenmann, +2 authors Kartik Vaddadi
  • Published 2007
The York Haskell Compiler (Yhc) [1] is a fork of the nhc98 compiler [2], started by Tom Shackell. The initial goals included increased portability, a platform independent bytecode, integrated Hat [3] support and generally being a cleaner code base to work with. Yhc has been going for a number of years, and now compiles and runs almost all Haskell 98 programs and has basic FFI support – the main thing missing is the Haskell base library. Yhc.Core is one of our most successful libraries to date… CONTINUE READING