• Simon Peyton Jones's avatar
    In :browse, always print output in the *current* context · cd3d6f88
    Simon Peyton Jones authored
    Previously :browse M (without !) printed output relative to
    a context that was neither the current one, nor the top-level
    context of M, but rather that established
         import Prelude
         import M
    This was pretty confusing, so Simon and I agreed to use
    a simple, uniform rule: output in GHC is always relative
    to the current context.
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