Lightning talk: The trick which makes exceptions-0.10.0 possible
I compare MonadBaseControl, unliftio, and exceptions-0.10.0, I explain why MonadBaseControl sometimes drops side-effects in finalizers, and how exceptions-0.10.0 avoids dropping them.
Active in the Haskell community under the pseudonyms gelisam and @haskell_cat. Co-organizes Montreal’s functional programming meetup, Lambda Montreal. Currently working as a Haskell developer at SimSpace. M.Sc. at McGill University on resolving conflicts in Aspect-Oriented Programming.
Conference DaySun 23 SepDisplayed time zone: Guadalajara, Mexico City, Monterrey change
10:20 - 12:00
Simon Peyton JonesMicrosoft, UKFile Attached
Matthew PickeringUniversity of BristolMedia Attached
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Ryan ScottIndiana University at Bloomington, USAFile Attached
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Chris SmithGoogle, USA
|Lightning talk: CoreSpec: Verifying GHC with hs-to-coq|
|Lightning talk: The trick which makes exceptions-0.10.0 possible|
Samuel GélineauSimSpaceMedia Attached