[Haskell-cafe] Why Haskell?

Matthew Bromberg mattcbro at earthlink.net
Tue Jul 25 17:31:20 EDT 2006

vim has been my choice as well.  Now that vim 7.0 has tabbed windows 
it's better than ever.
All they need now is a way to integrate it with a console window....

I guess you can find scite/scintilla settings for Haskell as well

Marc Weber wrote:
>> 2) Recompiling binaries (necessary in order to link in foreign object 
>> code into GHCi) is slow using GHC.  Moreover I have to restart GHCi if I 
>> want to reload a changed DLL (unless there is a way to unload a DLL in 
>> GHCi).  It also requires jumping around between several console windows 
>> to get the job done.  (I'm not using an IDE does one exist?)
> There are several. (I know of one using visual studio and eclipsefp)..
> It should|nt be a problem to find them.. But I still prefer vim :)
> Concerning switching between several console windows... Perhaps try
> something like mrxvt which has several tabs to run more than one shell.
> You can then use key combinations to switch.. (I haven't used mrxvt on
> cygwin yet but I've read that it runs there)
> Marc
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