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Haskell programming in the real world involves interacting with myriad legacy systems and libraries, many of which are written in C and require high-performance interop. inline-c is a package for writing mixed C/Haskell source code that seamlessly invokes native and foreign functions from these libraries in the same module. No FFI required.
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Call C functions from Haskell without bindings
Francesco Mazzoli is a Haskell programmer working at FPComplete from Rome. Before that, he has dropped out of a PhD working on Agda, worked with Haskell at Better, and spent almost a year working at RabbitMQ. He studied Computer Science at Imperial College London.