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Re: [ProgSoc] Haskell / G5's controlled import?
On Thursday, Jul 10, 2003, at 21:00 Australia/Sydney, Bryn Davies wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 10, 2003 at 10:30:44AM +1000, Nicholas FitzRoy-Dale wrote:
>> Is hugs the one to use? Or should it be ghc?
> Oh, I dunno. Hugs is what I'm used to, and I don't see myself coming
> up with anything good enough to be worth compiling to native code
> anytime soon. :-P
>> Out of curiousity, what are you actually coding in Haskell?
> Well, I'm sort of learning it at the moment, which basically consists
> of dredging up old memories of studying Miranda and then "getting it"
> in hindsight.
>>> Hi from Queensland!
> Hey, in other craptacular news, the G5's on Apple.com.au/store now
> the following text in red beneath them: "The supply of this product is
> subject to regulatory approval" <-- what's all that about?
1. Haskell... *shudder*
2. G5 import control... well, it was a similar situation with the G4 in
Luckily, we weren't one of them. Given its status as a "supercomputer"
rule), it was classed with certain encryption and whatnot as a "weapon".
I'm not too sure, but I imagine that's the issue. Perhaps there's a
chip shortage, and
Apple doesn't want to cop flak about treating Aussies unfairly (as with
the old iMac
slot loaders that had lesser graphics chips than their
the iPhoto debacle, iTunes Music Store, and so forth.
Who knows, really?
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