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June 09, 2007

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Conal Elliott

Neat.

I think you're missing a "return" at the very start of your example. Or, define

    given target = return ()
and use
    given >>- "test.c" ->> ccompile >>- ...
or whatever name you like in place of "given".

Neil Mitchell

Very cool, I've wanted a DSL for Make in Haskell for a while. If you turn this into a fully fledged system (say about 60 lines ;) let me know!

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