[Haskell-cafe] Announcement: Beta of Leksah IDE available

jutaro jnf at arcor.de
Wed Apr 1 16:11:54 EDT 2009

Hi Jeff,
I just tried it out and it didn't work for me too. So I've released it to
early I guess. 
One problem I see is that the background build is even active when no
project is open. 
So it always ask you to open a file, and you can't cancel this. 
This can be avoided by unselecting the symbol in the toolbar that looks like
a recycle sign.
Switch it on again, if you're ready with a project. I will fix this in the
next release.

However, in the visual cabal editor, can't you select and unselect modules
a checkbox at the side?


I have one problem so far (and one segfault), but I like the IDE a
lot.  When I create a new package inside one of my current source
directories, it adds all the modules in that directory to *both* the
exposed and additional unexposed modules list, resulting in a net zero
modules in the package.  Is this a known problem?  Am I missing
something? I can't see how to add or remove modules from either of
these lists.

-- Jeff

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