[Haskell-cafe] Re: [Haskell] Re: Newbie: what are the advantages of Haskell?

Rafael verganic at gmail.com
Mon Apr 30 07:35:48 EDT 2007

I'll study these ways to debugging Haskell, and in accordance with my final
work plan I'll decide the better way to follow.. For the moment i'm studing
Haskell things, but in the next times I'll might decide it.

A lot of thanks Neil and Simon.

On 4/30/07, Simon Marlow <simonmarhaskell at gmail.com> wrote:
> Rafael wrote:
> >> Hi
> >>
> >> HTTP. We also need better availability of libraries, and a more
> >> standard and reliable way to install them and specify their
> >> dependencies. We could also do with a good debugger. These are being
> >> addressed by the Google Summer of Code project.
> >
> > Hi Neil, a good debugger ? What is in Google Summer of Code about it ?
> >
> > I just found it:
> > http://hackage.haskell.org/trac/summer-of-code/ticket/6
> > that havent student related.
> >
> > I was studing about debuging techs for haskell to build a nice
> > debugging enviorment in HIDE or some other IDE. It's my bacharelor
> > final work.
> We're building some debugging features into GHCi.  This started with Pepe
> Iborra's Summer of Code project last year, and more recently Bernie Pope
> reworked the breakpoint support during his internship here at MSR
Cambridge.  We
> are actively working on polishing what we have for inclusion in the next
> GHC release.
> The GHCi debugger is based on imperative debugging techniques:
> single stepping, etc.  It's a live debugger rather than post-mortem.  We
> focussed on accessibilty, rather than functionality: so the debugger is
> on, and it works with everything that you can compile in GHCi.  It lacks
some of
> the advanced debugging features you'll find in Hat, for example, but we
hope it
> makes up for that by being more broadly accessible.
> More information on the debugger is here:
>   http://hackage.haskell.org/trac/ghc/wiki/NewGhciDebugger
> although note that development is ongoing and more features have been
> since the wiki was last updated.
> All the debugging functionality is exposed by the GHC API, so it's
> possible to build debugging support into an IDE based on GHC.
> Cheers,
>        Simon
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