ZuriHac 2019 - GHC Track
matthewtpickering at gmail.com
Tue Jun 11 07:17:55 UTC 2019
I am writing a blog post concurrently with preparing my talk so I will
post that afterwards.
I would have expected `dante` to work with the `./hadrian/ghci.sh`
target. What goes wrong there?
The haskell-ide-engine support lives on a branch, which you are
welcome to try, but comes with no guarantees. It is more than a proof
of concept but less than fully production ready.
On Tue, Jun 11, 2019 at 7:29 AM Sven Tennie <sven.tennie at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey Matthew,
> Could you do me a big favor and record/document this session? Unfortunately I won't make it to the ZuriHac, but I'm highly interested in improving my GHC workflow.
> Currently I'm working in a cycle of:
> 1. read code in haskell-code-explorer 
> 2. modify it in Emacs (currently only syntax highlighting, no type checking)
> 3. look at ghcid if the types match
> 4. goto 1 or use hadrian to build
> I guess this may be improved by the haskell-ide-engine.
> Of course would it be amazing, if all talks could be recorded.
> BTW - If any of the other readers has a better setup, please share. I found very little about IDE setup for GHC in the Wiki or Internet and the "standard" dante or intero approaches don't seem to work, at least not out of the box.
> Best regards,
>  - https://haskell-code-explorer.mfix.io/package/ghc-8.6.1/
> Am Sa., 25. Mai 2019 um 13:08 Uhr schrieb Matthew Pickering <matthewtpickering at gmail.com>:
>> I can do a talk/demo of using tools such as `ghc-artefact-nix`,
>> `haskell-ide-engine`, `ghcid`, GHC's debugger whilst working on GHC.
>> Could you schedule in a 30 minute slot for that please if you think it
>> would be of interest.
>> On Tue, Apr 23, 2019 at 5:52 PM Andreas Herrmann <andreash87 at gmx.ch> wrote:
>> > Dear GHC devs,
>> > This year's ZuriHac 2019  will again feature a dedicated GHC track to foster contributions to GHC and teach newcomers how to participate in GHC's development. It was a great success last year, and we hope it will be a great success this year as well.
>> > For that we need your help: We would like to invite you to organize a session in the GHC track. This could be in form of a presentation, a workshop, or a hack session with topics centered around GHC.
>> > For some inspiration, these are the subjects from last year's track:
>> > - Continuous Integration / DevOps, by Manual Chakravarty
>> > - PrimOps / PrimTypes, by Michal Terepeta
>> > - Performance Regression Tests, by Niklas Hambüchen
>> > - Newcomers Tutorial, by Andreas Herrmann
>> > Other possible subjects could be around:
>> > - Improving documentation
>> > - Extending GHC's test-suite
>> > - General GHC development workflows
>> > - The inner workings of some aspect of GHC
>> > Aside from preparing a session, we are also looking for volunteers to be around as GHC mentors during hack sessions to help out newcomers.
>> > Please let us know if you'd be interested in leading a session, or being a mentor, or helping out with this track in any other way. You can contact either Niklas or myself, on this list or by private message.
>> > Best,
>> > Niklas and Andreas
>> > ZuriHac 2019 GHC track coordinators
>> > : https://zfoh.ch/zurihac2019/
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