In article <2005...@momenergy.repetae.net>,
John Meacham <jo...@repetae.net> wrote:
This is a proposal for a language extension which will hopefully mitigate the
issues holding back evolution of the standard prelude as well as provide
useful class abstraction capabilities in general.
I've certainly been wanting a solution to this problem for a long time.
Haskell needs to get past the Prelude compatibly. I've already explored
a lot of ways the classes might be improved with HBase, but right now
it's a whole other world incompatible with the standard Prelude.
Basically if it lets me do Functor => Idiom => Monad, and still compile
earlier code, I'm for it.