[Haskell-cafe] a newbie's question

Alexandre Weffort Thenorio alethenorio at home.se
Thu Apr 21 19:43:24 EDT 2005

Well I think one of the best tools to programme on for Windows is UltraEdit,
it will give you colors and other stuff (provided you get the correct file
for it which is out on the net).

Emacs also exists for windows and is not bad, but I don't know if that is
the best tool (I sure like it but I hate when you try tabbing and it does it
all wrong).

Best Regards


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Keith Wansbrough" <keithw at lochan.org>
To: "SCOTT J." <jscott at skynet.be>
Cc: <haskell-cafe at haskell.org>
Sent: Thursday, April 21, 2005 9:13 PM
Subject: Re: [Haskell-cafe] a newbie's question

> [sorry if you receive this twice; mailing list problems]
> SCOTT J. wrote:
> > Thanks for your assistance. I'm using now Notepad.exe . Before I did
> > it in Wordpad. I use Windows XP. I'm trying to solve this nasty problem
> >
> WordPad probably saved your file in RTF rather than TXT.  Keep using
> Notepad for now, but you really should find yourself a decent
> programmer's editor - I use Emacs, but maybe some Windows people can
> recommend what they use on that platform.
> Also, if you want more helpful error messages, use GHC rather than Hugs.
> HTH.
> --KW 8-)
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