nominolo at googlemail.com
Fri Jun 15 18:46:48 EDT 2007
Yes this is kind of sad. FWIW, here's how I currently approximate
these features using Emacs + Haskell mode:
On 15 jun 2007, at 23.38, <bf3 at telenet.be> wrote:
> I've searched the internet for an Haskell IDE that supports the
> - syntax highlighting
> - cross module refactoring
there is HaRe, haven't tried it.
changing a function's type and then recompiling gives you a pretty
useful todo-list though. :)
> - quick navigation (goto symbol,
if you run hasktags you can use M-.
> goto instance,
not sure, maybe one could cook something up using grep or even hasktags
> find usages, etc)
M-x grep RET downarrow RET
> - code completion
either you use shim or the built-in M-/, which completes everything
(not semantically sensitive, though)
> - "debugging" (not imperative debugging, so no breakpoints, but just
> plugging in a visualizer/pretty printer for a function in a separate
> dedicated window, like what http://www.apple.com/shake does on each
i don't know shake, can you explain a bit more?
ghc HEAD has the ghci debugger, haven't tried it
> So a bit what Jetbrains Resharper does for Visual Studio, but for
> IntelliJ and Eclipse also do this for Java.
> This does not seem to exist? If this is correct, this is a real shame,
> because although I read that the productivity increases a lot when
> using Haskell, it would increase even more when such an IDE is
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