thih: Typing Haskell In Haskell
Haskell benefits from a sophisticated type system, but implementors, programmers, and researchers suffer because it has no formal description. To remedy this shortcoming, we present a Haskell program that implements a Haskell typechecker, thus providing a mathematically rigorous specification in a notation that is familiar to Haskell users. We expect this program to fill a serious gap in current descriptions of Haskell, both as a starting point for discussions about existing features of the type system, and as a platform from which to explore new proposals.
This package is derived from the Haskell '98 + Multiparameter Type Classes package of THIH.
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|Dependencies||base, pretty [details]|
|Author||Mark P Jones <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Uploaded||by GwernBranwen at 2008-04-04T21:21:36Z|
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