Commit 3454afa0 authored by Ian Lynagh's avatar Ian Lynagh
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Fix some links

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......@@ -110,7 +110,7 @@ All these features are described in the papers mentioned earlier.
linkend="concurrent-haskell"/>), but the simplest mechanism for extracting parallelism from pure code is
to use the <literal>par</literal> combinator, which is closely related to (and often used
with) <literal>seq</literal>. Both of these are available from <ulink
url="../libraries/base/Control-Parallel.html"><literal>Control.Parallel</literal></ulink>:</para>
url="../libraries/parallel/Control-Parallel.html"><literal>Control.Parallel</literal></ulink>:</para>
<programlisting>
infixr 0 `par`
......@@ -163,7 +163,7 @@ nfib n | n &#60;= 1 = 1
<para>More sophisticated combinators for expressing parallelism are
available from the <ulink
url="../libraries/base/Control-Parallel-Strategies.html"><literal>Control.Parallel.Strategies</literal></ulink> module.
url="../libraries/parallel/Control-Parallel-Strategies.html"><literal>Control.Parallel.Strategies</literal></ulink> module.
This module builds functionality around <literal>par</literal>,
expressing more elaborate patterns of parallel computation, such as
parallel <literal>map</literal>.</para>
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......@@ -992,7 +992,7 @@ $ cat foo.hspp</screen>
<para>More details on the use of "bound threads" in the
threaded runtime can be found in the <ulink
url="../libraries/base/Control.Concurrent.html"><literal>Control.Concurrent</literal></ulink> module.</para>
url="../libraries/base/Control-Concurrent.html"><literal>Control.Concurrent</literal></ulink> module.</para>
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