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Transforming Haskell for Tracing

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DatePublished - 2003
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Hat is a programmer's tool for generating a trace of a computation of a Haskell 98 program and viewing such a trace in various different ways. Applications include program comprehension and debugging. A new version of Hat uses a stand-alone program transformation to produce self-tracing Haskell programs. The transformation is small and works with any Haskell 98 compiler that implements the standard foreign function interface. We present general techniques for building compiler independent tools similar to Hat based on program transformation. We also point out which features of Haskell 98 caused us particular grief.

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