[Haskell-beginners] Which IDE use a professional Haskeller?

Rustom Mody rustompmody at gmail.com
Mon May 27 08:51:13 CEST 2013

On Mon, May 27, 2013 at 2:36 AM, Giacomo Tesio <giacomo at tesio.it> wrote:

> A few years ago I was an Emacs user too, so I'm not surprised of these
> answers. In the last 4 years, my job moved to windows, and I have worked
> mainly on C# and .NET so that I've become a kind of VisualStudio addict.
> Still I used Spyder for scientifical computing and jEdit a lot for casual
> editing on windows.
> There are a few features that I think are important for professional
> development:
> - debugging support
> - project management (should I really learn cabal packaging?)
> - underline sintactic errors
> - code navigation
> - autocompletion (based on scope)
> - testing integration
> Optional valuable features
> - syntax highlight
> - section folds
> I'm using Leksah, right now, but I'm still not satisfied. This despite the
> hard and respectful work of the author.
> I'd like to have an excuse to use Emacs (or vim) at work (windows) and at
> home (Linux), but I'm not sure that it satisfies these basic requirements.
> Any "ready to use" .emacs for Haskell?
This was written 10 years ago.... still remains true...
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