[Haskell-cafe] To yi or not to yi, is this really the
question? A plea for a cooperative, ubiquitous, distributed integrated
derek.a.elkins at gmail.com
Mon Jun 18 18:29:10 EDT 2007
On Mon, 2007-06-18 at 22:05 +0100, Pasqualino 'Titto' Assini wrote:
> Hi Claus,
> On Monday 18 June 2007 18:14:58 Claus Reinke wrote:
> > >Having just presented a case for the possible rationality of the
> > >irrational decision of creating an Emacs-like IDE in Haskell, I
> > >wonder if we should not be even more irrational and contemplate the
> > >possibility of using Haskell to create a radically different kind of
> > >IDE.. New technologies are often used to imitate and reimplement the
> > >artefacts of previous technologies.
> > don't underestimate those "previous" technologies, though. given your
> > you're almost certain to find this interesting:
> > Croquet is a powerful open source software development environment
> Thanks for the reference.
> I actually knew about Croquet but I thought of it mostly as an "open-source
> second life" because of its emphasys on shared 3D worlds but you are quite
> right, it might also be useful for cooperative software development.
> I must admit that my dream doesn't go so far, I was more thinking about
> Web/Web services kind of technology to integrate distributed traditional
> development text-based tools (editors, compilers, etc.) plus a configurable
> Web based UI.
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