[Haskell-cafe] Haskell and OS X
sgelkins at gmail.com
Tue Oct 18 20:59:03 EDT 2005
On 10/18/05, Patrick Collison <patrick at collison.ie> wrote:
> I'm looking to get started developing Haskell under OS X, and I'm
> wondering what sort of IDE/implementation combinations people find
> productive. I've got haskell mode working with Emacs and ghc, this
> works okay, though the mode seems a little rough-edged, and the
> indentation appears slightly wonky at times. I didn't immediately
> stumble across any native OS X IDEs.
I'm a Haskell beginner so I'm sure I don't know everything that's
available. Development is underway on an IDE written in Haskell. I
bet it'll run on OS X someday, if it doesn't already.
> What do OS X-based Hasellers tend to use?
I think I'm using the latest version of the Haskell mode. I know I'm
using the 126.96.36.199 version of Carbon Emacs.
I use vim sometimes too, when I don't want/need ghci integration.
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