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Dyre – A Dynamic Recompilation Library

Dyre is a library which implements Dynamic Recompilation capabilities for Haskell programs. Dynamic recompilation is a configuration strategy that eliminates the overhead and limitations associated with parsing a configuration file, in favor of allowing the custom program configuration to be implemented as a compilable piece of source code.

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