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[ANN] Copilot 3.16
2 projects | /r/haskell | 8 Jul 2023
[ANN] NASA's Ogma 1.0.9
2 projects | /r/haskell | 21 May 2023
[ANN] NASA's Ogma -- now with FPrime support
7 projects | /r/haskell | 23 Mar 2023
[ANN] NASA's Ogma 1.0.7
2 projects | /r/haskell | 25 Feb 2023
[ANN] Summer Internship at NASA Ames Research Center
2 projects | /r/haskell | 16 Feb 2023
The student, if selected, will be working on extending our capabilities to test cFS/ROS/FPrime applications, especially those using Ogma and/or Copilot for monitoring. Both Ogma and Copilot are open-source software written in Haskell.
I want to learn Haskell, but...
5 projects | /r/haskell | 12 Feb 2023
For low-level embedded, you have Copilot!
[ANN] Copilot 3.12
3 projects | /r/haskell | 14 Nov 2022
Current emphasis is on improving the codebase in terms of stability and test coverage, removing unnecessary dependencies, hiding internal definitions, and formatting the code to meet our new coding standards. Users are encouraged to participate by opening issues and asking questions via our github repo (https://github.com/copilot-language/copilot).
[ANN] Copilot 3.11
2 projects | /r/haskell | 7 Sep 2022
Copilot: Realtime Programming Language and Runtime Verification Framework
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 27 Aug 2022
In case you are wondering which copilot came first (I certainly was) - this repository starts in 2010 with a source code upload: https://github.com/Copilot-Language/copilot/commits/b2fc3456...3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 27 Aug 2022
not maintainer but I think the correct one is this: https://github.com/Copilot-Language/copilot/tree/master/copi...
Is there any hard evidence that functional programming is better?
2 projects | /r/functionalprogramming | 6 Apr 2021
It got them 11 votes up. I asked to actually make this argument and received -4. Both sides of the claim are false, the left witnessed by things like Copilot and Obsidian, the right by the criticism of the functional style by Jon Harrop. If this is what you mean by «that is the point most of the comments tried to make» then, well, they should try harder if intellectual honesty and integrity are sought at all.
What are some alternatives?
really-simple-xml-parser - A really simple xml parser in Haskell using Parsec
toml-parser - Haskell parser and printer for the TOML 1.0.0 file format
resin - Resin: high performance variable binder and ast manipulation lib
hfmt - Format Haskell programs. Inspired by the gofmt utility.
cFS - The Core Flight System (cFS)
C-structs - C-Struct Types for Haskell
declarative-programming-streams - Active streaming declarative programmers. See who's online at the following URL:
lens-toml-parser - Lenses for toml-parser
haskell-tools-ast - Developer tools for Haskell
LibClang - Haskell FFI to libclang