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Support mutually-recursive closures #177

PaulBone opened this issue Jul 1, 2019 · 0 comments


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commented Jul 1, 2019

Add support for mutually-recursive closures.

There are various ways to implement closures, some are naive (nested) and some are more optimal ( and others). I think that we're going to need to pass them through at least the pre stage as letrecs and possibly into the core stage for optimisation.

PaulBone added a commit that referenced this issue Jul 1, 2019

[compiler/pre] Appologise for a lack of mutual recursion for closures
We don't yet support mutually recrusive closures.  Part because it's
time to move on to working on something else and part because it's
unclear exactly what's the best way to do this.  See #177

    Detect and appologise for the lack of support for mutually recursive

    Add a test for the missing feature.

@PaulBone PaulBone added this to Maybe in Modules Jul 7, 2019

@PaulBone PaulBone moved this from Maybe to To do in Modules Jul 7, 2019

@PaulBone PaulBone moved this from To do to Maybe in Modules Jul 7, 2019

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