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The Haskell ecosystem mostly consists of loosely connected tools e.g. editor, compiler, REPL interface, profiler. However, it would be beneficial for the programming experience if these tools were tightly integrated. The optimizer and the language runtime could provide valuable information for the programmer about inlining, unboxing, strictness, tail calls, heap/stack allocation, unevaluated expressions. A perfect editing environment would present this information in the context of the source code.
In this talk Csaba will share his vision of working in an environment that leaves nothing hidden under the hood, thereby giving the programmer full control over every aspect of compilation in a user-friendly way.
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