By John Hughes (auth.), Michael Hanus (eds.)
This booklet constitutes the refereed court cases of the ninth overseas Symposium on functional points of Declarative Languages, PADL 2007, held in great, France, in January 2007, co-located with POPL 2007, the Symposium on ideas of Programming Languages.
The 19 revised complete papers provided including invited papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from fifty eight submissions. All present points of declarative programming are addressed together with implementational concerns and leading edge functions in components resembling database administration, software program engineering, useful common sense, determination aid platforms, constraint programming, version checking, probabilistic programming, Java and Prolog programming.
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This turned out to be because the code for Modify assumed that each media stream would have two “ends”—when only one termination was present, this was not the case. – Secondly, adding a termination to a new context, and then subtracting it immediately, also led to a crash. Interestingly, we found this bug one day, but could not reproduce it on the next. This was because the main development team had also found the bug, and issued a patch in the meantime! – Thirdly, adding two terminations to a context, and then modifying one of them, led to a crash if the two terminations had diﬀering numbers of streams.
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