hoopl: A library to support dataflow analysis and optimization

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Higher-order optimization library

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Dependencies base (>=3 && <4.3), containers [details]
License BSD-3-Clause
Author Norman Ramsey, João Dias, and Simon Peyton Jones
Maintainer nr@cs.tufts.edu
Revised Revision 1 made by HerbertValerioRiedel at 2015-01-10T19:15:58Z
Category Compilers/Interpreters
Home page http://ghc.cs.tufts.edu/hoopl/
Source repo head: git clone git://ghc.cs.tufts.edu/hoopl/hoopl.git
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This is Hoopl, a higher-order optimization library.
There are two unpublished papers describing Hoopl:

  Hoopl: Dataflow Optimization Made Simple
  Hoopl: A Modular, Reusable Library for Dataflow Analysis and Transformation

The second such paper is attached to this package.

The version number is split into four parts:

  3.   Third major body plan (phylum)
  7.   Seventh iteration (roughly) of data structures
  2.   Major version; changes when clients must change
  1.   Minor version; changes when clients can stay the same

Version has fixed known bugs.

Version will be the last version uploaded to Hackage for some time.
This library is undergoing *very* rapid development, and we ask that you
get the most recent version from our public git repository:

  git clone -o tufts git://ghc.cs.tufts.edu/hoopl/hoopl.git

If you are not familiar with git, we recommend the tutorial 'Git Magic'
by Ben Lynn.  To get some ideas about how to use git effectively,


is also useful.

If you've been given an account at Tufts with write privileges to the
git repository, you'll want to use a different URL:

  git clone -o tufts linux.cs.tufts.edu:/r/ghc/www/hoopl/hoopl.git