[Haskell-beginners] REPL with visualisation
objitsu at gmail.com
Sat Nov 28 16:02:32 UTC 2015
When I was learning it (still learning!) I just use emacs.
Top half is my code window, bottom half is a standard "M-x shell" then run
ghci. It works. I've tried to use leksah but it is a little "busy" and
doesn't really help to keep things simple when you are still learning, IMO
On 28 November 2015 at 15:41, Ondrej Nekola <ondra at nekola.cz> wrote:
> I can (partially) answer myself: after a bit of experimenting iHaskell
> (jupyter/ipython + haskell kernel - don't try to install this with cabal,
> stack works. Don't forget to install native libraries) is quite usable.
> There is great looking haskellformac (paid) software but as the name
> suggests it's OS X only.
>> Just curious: is there some recommended "first choice" combination of
>> REPL and libs for (Apple) Swift styled "playgrounds"? (I have just seen a
>> fractalish coffee spill and remembered that I have not implemented
>> Mandelbrot set since high school and Pascal days and maybe it's time to be
>> a bit childish again).
>> Ondra 'satai' Nekola
>> ondra at nekola.cz
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