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trace and intercept linux syscalls.
A compiler for functional programs on serialized data
a fast, scalable, multi-language and extensible build system
The artifact-evaluation bundle for "Taming the Parallel Effect Zoo" (PLDI 2014)
An implementation and verification of the showtime algorithm
Verified instances for parallel programming.
A simple microbenchmark for tree traversals
Some latex templates and a big pile of bibtex.
Scripts and Dockerfiles that install nix in various ways.
A simple, standalone parfib-like benchmark.
Dockerfile and or Nix expressions for building a whole bunch of compilers. Good starting point for microbenchmarking.
Repo for testing Jenkins pipelines
General benchmarking framework. Especially good at parameter studies.
Simple continuation capture microbenchmarks
Artifact for "Towards Complete Verification via SMT"
The LVish Haskell library
Migrating from github.iu.edu/mcimini
Haskell Research Compiler
patches to splash to tweak makefiles etc
Patches against hmmer
Burrow-Wheeler Aligner for pairwise alignment between DNA sequences
Hool for ELF64 binaries providing several functionalities
A survey on the topic of sequentially consistent Haskell.
Commutative, associative floating-point operations
Mirror of ghc repository. DO NOT SUBMIT PULL REQUESTS HERE. Patches are best submitted to GHC's Phabricator (https://phabricator.haskell.org/), bugs and feature-requests are best filed to GHC's Trac (https://ghc.haskell.org/trac/ghc), or sent to the mailing list (firstname.lastname@example.org)