Christian Maeder | 3 Jun 16:54 2003
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Re: long constant list of pairs (was Re: Ways and Build Tags for Optimisation)

> We had very long compilation times when optimization or profiling was 
> switched on, for a [(String, Int)] list with about 5000 entries.
> 
> We worked around the problem by changing the list into a String 
> (escaping doublequotes) and using "read" to convert it to a list.

The big string, however, does not go through hugs:

- Maximum token length (4000) exceeded

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Donn Cave | 12 Jun 23:39 2003

hugs vs. nhc98 in toClockTime

Malcolm Wallace <malcolm <at> cs.york.ac.uk> wrote,
| The maintainers of nhc98, ghc, and Hugs, are working hard to remove
| any remaining differences in the libraries.  So, if you find such
| differences, do please report them to us.

The year value input to Time toClockTime is years since 1900, for
nhc98, but years since 0 for hugs.

As long as the value has to be represented in a 32 bit time_t,
the range of valid years doesn't overlap, so it may be possible
to support both usages.  Python does that.

I find another difference in toClockTime, which I think is really
kind of a bug.  I haven't looked at the source to see how it happens.
If I supply ctTZ value that is different from the local time zone,
it affects the result.  I think this is not really right, but what's
worse, the offset seems backwards.  I'm in PDT, -25200 -- that's
what comes out of toCalendarTime, -7 * 3600.  If I supply a CDT
offset, -5 * 3600 = -18000, the result time comes out 2 hours
_later_, calculated in PDT.  I could be confused about this - the
sun rises in the East, the way I figure it, and when it's 6 AM there,
it's 4 AM here - not 8 AM.

$ runhugs cal.hs 2003
CalendarTime{ctYear=2003,ctMonth=May,ctDay=1,ctHour=5,ctMin=45,ctSec=0,ctPicosec=0,ctWDay=Thursday,ctYDay=0,ctTZName="",ctTZ=-18000,ctIsDST=True}
-> Thu May  1 07:45:00 PDT 2003
-> CalendarTime{ctYear=2003,ctMonth=May,ctDay=1,ctHour=7,ctMin=45,ctSec=0,ctPicosec=0,ctWDay=Thursday,ctYDay=120,ctTZName="PDT",ctTZ=-25200,ctIsDST=True}

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main = do
        let calt = CalendarTime {
                        ctYear = 2003,
                        ctMonth = May,
                        ctDay = 1,
                        ctHour = 5,
                        ctMin = 45,
                        ctSec = 0,
                        ctPicosec = 0,
                        ctWDay = Thursday,
                        ctYDay = 0,
                        ctTZName = "",
                        ctTZ = -7 * 3600,
                        ctIsDST = True
                }
        putStrLn (show calt)
        let clt = toClockTime calt
        putStrLn ("-> " ++ (show clt))
        cal <- toCalendarTime clt
        putStrLn ("-> " ++ (show cal))
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Elke Kasimir | 20 Jun 13:46 2003

fromInteger-Problem

I use a hugs version from November 2002, which
happens to correspond to the unstable version of
the debian hugs-package, and
encountered the following:

Prelude> fromInteger 40000 :: Integer
200000000

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Ross Paterson | 20 Jun 15:48 2003
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Re: fromInteger-Problem

On Fri, Jun 20, 2003 at 01:46:48PM +0200, Elke Kasimir wrote:
> I use a hugs version from November 2002, which
> happens to correspond to the unstable version of
> the debian hugs-package, and
> encountered the following:
> 
> Prelude> fromInteger 40000 :: Integer
> 200000000

Strange -- I can't reproduce that with a Nov 2002 version compiled
from source, or the Debian package hugs-98.200211-3 on an i386 running
Debian testing.  Can you provide more details of your setup?
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