Apr 20, 2015, 12:47:21 PM4/20/15
to Anton Ekblad, haste-c...@googlegroups.com
Shucks. I was hoping that since node.js is mentioned as being used for
the test suite, there would be support for running code that way.
The use case is distributing command-line applications that use the
network and the file system but aren't web servers and never touch a
Different binaries are a bit of a pain for everyone, and a lot of people
seem more willing to install an interpreter than a compiler in order to
run a program (and more people seem to have node.js already installed).
For users who don't know or care about Haskell, it's more of a barrier
than it might sound like.