[Haskell-cafe] Re: [Yhc] Yhc Web Service quietly opened for public testing

Thomas Hartman tphyahoo at gmail.com
Tue Mar 4 20:07:46 EST 2008

That is seriously cool.

Congratulations Dmitry!


2008/3/4, Dimitry Golubovsky <golubovsky at gmail.com>:
> Hi,
>  I finally got the Yhc Web Service (web-based front end to the
>  compiler) running in public testing mode. There hasn't been any
>  documentation written, and Haddock stuff not brought in order, but if
>  anyone wants to just get a taste of it, please open this hpaste entry:
>  http://hpaste.org/6094
>  and follow the instructions.
>  In 10 steps, you'll get Haskell to work in your web browser* ;) No
>  need to install anything.
>  Feel free to edit the source code, and even deliberately make errors
>  to see how error log looks. At the moment, I do not run automatic
>  cleanup of failed compilations.
>  This is one of my old tests, not showing any GUI interaction. However,
>  both documents browser and new entry form were written in Haskell
>  which gives some idea about what can be done. Sources of these forms
>  are in the Yhc repo.
>  Thanks.
>  -----------
>  * Likely, your results will be better with Firefox than with MSIE. But
>  MSIE should work as well.
>  --
>  Dimitry Golubovsky
>  Anywhere on the Web
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