[Haskell-cafe] Shim: finding modules

pepe mnislaih at gmail.com
Thu Apr 17 04:26:48 EDT 2008

On 16/04/2008, at 22:15, Graham Fawcett wrote:
> Hi folks, I'm a newbie, so please forgive any terminological mistakes.
> I've been using Shim in Emacs with great success, but there's one
> issue I've encountered, and I don't know if it's configuration problem
> or something fundamental. Consider a module 'App' and submodules
> 'App.Front' and 'App.Back'. When editing code in App that depends on
> the submodules, Shim works well at resolving the location of the
> submodules, and validates my code. But when editing App.Front, which
> depends on App.Back, Shim fails to validate -- my working directory is
> App.Front, and Shim doesn't seem able to find the location of
> App.Back.
> I'd like to be able to tell Shim that 'App' is the root of my project,
> and to locate modules from that root. Is this possible?

Shim already does this. All it requires is that your project is a  
Cabal project. Shim will locate the Cabal descriptor and auto  
configure itself from there. Does that solve your problem ?


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