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Document the minimum guarantees provided by the LANGUAGE pragma so that Haskell 2010 users can reliably use it to portable control access to non-Haskell 2010 language features.
- Compiler Pragmas in Haskell 98
- Pragmas in the GHC User's Guide
- Language.Haskell.Extension - a data type representing Haskell language extensions (as understood by Cabal).
- Scheme Requests for Implementation - "A forum for people interested in coordinating libraries and other additions to the Scheme language between implementations"
- SRFI 0: Feature-based conditional expansion construct - A baseline mechanism for Scheme users to check the availability of and manage access to specific SRFIs
Replace the the following sentence http://www.haskell.org/onlinereport/pragmas.html 11 Compiler Pragmas:
An implementation is not required to respect any pragma, but the pragma should be ignored if an implementation is not prepared to handle it.
With the exception of the LANGUAGE pragma, an implementation is not required to respect any pragma. For non-LANGUAGE pragmas, the pragma should be ignored if an implementation is not prepared to handle it.
Add the following subsection
11.3 Language Extensions