In message <20050720103749.GA30543@...> Gour <list@...> writes:
> Axel Simon (A.Simon@...) wrote:
> > The reason I think memory management is important is that not doing it
> > breaks the spirit of Haskell: One of the main advantages of garbage
> > collected languages is that you don't need to worry about freeing
> > objects. wxHaskell in that sense is worse than any Java Swing/AWT
> > application since there you don't have to worry about freeing objects.
> > Was that understandable?
> Thank you very much for your explanation, Axel. (I did not reply
> earlier being out of town for a few days.)
And BTW Axel, I think it was a nice idea to stick this explanation on the web
site as an FAQ. I've linked the "Automatic memory management" bullet point on
the overview page to the explanation.
(I've been on holiday too hence me being rather quiet recently)
Other recent web site things: I've added Armin Größlinger to the authors list
and changed the cairo announcement to link to Paolo's new blog