@@ -20,3 +20,5 @@ It is likely that Haskell Prime will make some breaking changes to Haskell'98 co
the intended meaning of new constructs with the proposed translation to core (for errors). It would also be a low-cost way to permit
decisions on new syntax to be deferred while experience is gained. If a proposal is eventually rejected, the translator means that any
code using the new extension can easily be reverted.
- It would also be good of implementations to seamlessly support the integration of haskell 98 and haskell' code, so new code may be written in haskell' but there would be no pressing need to change working code.