[Haskell-beginners] Literate Haskell in Markdown but not Bird style

Norbert Melzer timmelzer at gmail.com
Wed Jun 4 23:55:21 UTC 2014

Because markdown knows about code in two ways, which differs by
implementation, I have to ask which you want to use.

Do you want to mark code by indenting it or by fencing it?

As far as I remember the documentation, fenced code blocks should be
possible where indented are not.

But how exactly I had to search again.
Am 05.06.2014 00:58 schrieb "Dimitri DeFigueiredo" <defigueiredo at ucdavis.edu

> Hi All,
> Is there a way to use literate haskell with GHC using Markdown but *not*
> using the Bird style for the code?
> It seems either one uses Bird style or has to put latex style \begin{code}
> markup (which markdown doesn't hide)
> In other words, is there a way to mark up the code in Markdown in a way
> that GHC understands without having to preprocess the file? I just wanted
> to write a .lhs file in markdown like I write a .hs file today.
> Thanks,
> Dimitri
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