Eta - Modern Haskell on the JVM
The Eta programming language is a dialect of Haskell which runs on the JVM and has the following goals:
- accessibility for beginners from imperative languages, especially Java
- compatibility with GHC 7.10.3's Haskell.
Visit eta-lang.org for instructions on getting started.
Stable Build: 0.8.6b1
Latest Build: 0.8.6b1
Subscribe to the Eta-Discuss for updates.
Visit the Getting Started page in the documentation.
Visit the Contribute page in the official website for details.
You are required to sign TypeLead Individual CLA before we can merge any of your work into our code base.
Visit the Eta Proposals page in the official website to propose changes to Eta.
Eta is available under the
BSD 3-Clause License, see
for more information.
We would like to specifically thank the following groups/people:
- Alois Cochard
- Christopher Wells
- Brian McKenna
- Anton Gushcha
- Balaji Rao
- Javier Neira
- Paavo Parkkin
- Ashley Towns
- Alexey Raga
- Jarek Ratajski
- Takahashi Yuto
- Alberto G Corona
- Denys Dushyn
- And many others who have contributed to Eta in various ways.