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Add support for let expressions with multiple let bindings #266

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@Gabriella439 Gabriella439 commented Nov 6, 2018

Fixes #260

In other words, this is now legal:

let x = 1
let y = 2
in  x + y

Fixes #260

In other words, this is now legal:

```haskell
let x = 1
let y = 2
in  x + y
```
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@Gabriella439 Gabriella439 commented Nov 6, 2018

cc: @vapourismo

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Excellent.

@Gabriella439 Gabriella439 merged commit 17f8a93 into master Nov 8, 2018
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Gabriella439 added a commit to dhall-lang/dhall-haskell that referenced this issue Nov 10, 2018
... as standardized in: dhall-lang/dhall-lang#266

This also adds `dhall lint` support for consolidating nested `let` expressions
Gabriella439 added a commit to dhall-lang/dhall-haskell that referenced this issue Nov 10, 2018
... as standardized in: dhall-lang/dhall-lang#266

This also adds `dhall lint` support for consolidating nested `let` expressions
Gabriella439 added a commit that referenced this issue Nov 10, 2018
In #266 I forgot to specify how to
encode `let` expressions with multiple bindings.  This changes the encoding
to encode a `let` expression with multiple bindings as a single list with
three elements per binding.

This is not compatible with the previous encoding which would omit the type
annotation when absent instead of using `null`
Gabriella439 added a commit that referenced this issue Nov 13, 2018
In #266 I forgot to specify how to
encode `let` expressions with multiple bindings.  This changes the encoding
to encode a `let` expression with multiple bindings as a single list with
three elements per binding.

This is not compatible with the previous encoding which would omit the type
annotation when absent instead of using `null`
Gabriella439 added a commit to dhall-lang/dhall-haskell that referenced this issue Nov 13, 2018
... as standardized in: dhall-lang/dhall-lang#266

This also adds `dhall lint` support for consolidating nested `let` expressions
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