morloc VS typelevel-rewrite-rules

Compare morloc vs typelevel-rewrite-rules and see what are their differences.

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morloc typelevel-rewrite-rules
3 3
170 52
1.2% -
9.5 5.7
19 days ago 4 months ago
Haskell Haskell
GNU General Public License v3.0 only LicenseRef-PublicDomain
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Posts with mentions or reviews of morloc. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-07-29.


Posts with mentions or reviews of typelevel-rewrite-rules. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-09-10.
  • [ANN/RFC] constraint-rules
    3 projects | | 10 Sep 2021
    Nice! Thanks for including a comparison with my package typelevel-rewrite-rules. Since my package indeed struggles with infinite loops introduced by self-triggering rewrite rules, I would like to better understand why your package doesn't suffer from that same problem.
  • Transpiling to GHC Core language
    4 projects | | 30 Apr 2021
    When writing a typechecker plugin, you can eliminate constraints from the user's program by providing an implementation of the corresponding dictionary. The way you provide that dictionary to ghc is by providing a core expression; for example, this evCast futureDict co expression has type EvTerm, whose first constructor takes an EvExpr, which is a synonym for CoreExpr.
  • [GHC Proposals] GHC Maintainer preview
    4 projects | | 3 Apr 2021
    Until then, I guess we can simply poll. Here's a GitHub Action I wrote today which checks if the latest report for a given package includes a failure:

What are some alternatives?

When comparing morloc and typelevel-rewrite-rules you can also consider the following projects:

x86-64bit - Runtime code generation for x86 64 bit machine code

haskell-generate - Type-safe library for generating haskell source code

harpy - Runtime code generation for x86 machine code

sugarhaskell - Library-based Language Extensibility

Bond - Bond is a cross-platform framework for working with schematized data. It supports cross-language de/serialization and powerful generic mechanisms for efficiently manipulating data. Bond is broadly used at Microsoft in high scale services.

llvm-general-quote - Use QuasiQuotation with llvm-general

llvm-pretty - An llvm pretty printer inspired by the haskell llvm binding

llvm-pretty-bc-parser - Parser for the llvm bitcode format

llvm-hs - Haskell bindings for LLVM

dataflow - Render graphs using a declarative markup.

flexible-defaults - Template Haskell system for implementing type classes with complex default-implementation rules

llvm - Haskell bindings to the LLVM compiler infrastructure project.