[Haskell-cafe] literate Haskell newbie question

Jefferson Heard jeff at renci.org
Fri Mar 9 09:30:07 EST 2007

ghc handles lhs files based on their extension.  You don't need to translate 
it to a different format.  If you want to translate > notation lhs to hs on 
your own (I dunno why, just if you did), the sed/grep combo 

cat foo.lhs | grep -e "^>" | sed "s/^> //"

would work just fine.

On Friday 09 March 2007 09:23, Immanuel Normann wrote:
> I am a newbie to literate Haskell and these are my two simple questions:
> How do I compile a literate haskell file foo.lhs (using ghc-6.6)?
> Is there a tool that translates foo.lhs to foo.hs?
> Surprisingly I don't find the answer in
> http://haskell.org/haskellwiki/Literate_programming
> whereas a lot about translation into tex-files can be found.
> Thanks,
> Immanuel

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