Generic instances missing for Int32, Word64 etc.
Some base types have Generic instances, like Integer, the machine-specific ones like Int32 have none. But these would be most useful when using generic Binary serialization.
I think it makes sense to add Generic instances for *all* primitive types in base.
I can define the instance myself, see https://github.com/agda/agda/commit/1d3710189989aced61be79c8e52945651fc94c0e
import GHC.Generics (Generic(..)) import qualified GHC.Generics as Gen data D_Int32 data C_Int32 instance Gen.Datatype D_Int32 where datatypeName _ = "Int32" moduleName _ = "GHC.Int32" -- packageName _ = "base" instance Gen.Constructor C_Int32 where conName _ = "" -- JPM: I'm not sure this is the right implementation... instance Generic Int32 where type Rep Int32 = Gen.D1 D_Int32 (Gen.C1 C_Int32 (Gen.S1 Gen.NoSelector (Gen.Rec0 Int32))) from x = Gen.M1 (Gen.M1 (Gen.M1 (Gen.K1 x))) to (Gen.M1 (Gen.M1 (Gen.M1 (Gen.K1 x)))) = x
However, as GHC.Generics is a moving target, and changes over the compiler versions, I'd rather not have to.