[Haskell-cafe] executable scripts?

John Velman velman at cox.net
Sat Oct 23 21:26:00 EDT 2004

Thanks to all who answered!  #!/usr/local/bin/runhugs  does the trick.  So
much to read.


John Velman

On Sat, Oct 23, 2004 at 03:38:18PM +0900, Koji Nakahara wrote:
> On Fri, 22 Oct 2004 16:05:29 -0700
> John Velman <velman at cox.net> wrote:
> > One of the nice things about perl (for example) is that you can put
> > together a script with #!/usr/local/perl (in bash for example) as the first
> > line of a file and run it immediately.  I've used perl a lot this way with
> > simple 'throw away' scripts to do special filtering on a file, or some
> > other processing that I want to do one or a few times.  occasionally, a
> > script like this will have a more permanant value to me, and I keep it
> > around.
> > 
> > Is there some way to do something similar in with Haskell?   I've tried the
> > most obvious (to me) test with Hugs and it doesn't work.
> #!/usr/local/bin/runhugs 
> will do the trick.  See hugs(1).  
> Haskell does really good job for me where perl had been used!
> --
> Koji Nakahara
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