[Haskell-cafe] WYSIWYG literate programming

Massimiliano Gubinelli m.gubinelli at gmail.com
Tue Jan 27 07:33:58 EST 2009

Gour-3 wrote:
>>>>>> "Massimiliano" == Massimiliano Gubinelli <m.gubinelli at gmail.com>
>>>>>> writes:
> Massimiliano> Hi, I would like to "advertise" TeXmacs
> Massimiliano> (http://www.texmacs.org/) to the Haskell comunity as a
> Massimiliano> possible front-end for literate programming in Haskell
> Massimiliano> (and GHCI interaction). 
> Have you tried Leo (http://webpages.charter.net/edreamleo/front.html)?

I think the interesting thing in TeXmacs is the quality of rendering. It is
not specially tailored for program editing but it is used as a front-end to
mathematical software and can render sophisticate equations and mathematical
symbols. As far as Haskell is concerned, a good interface, would allow to
bypass programs like lhs2tex or in general allow for "beautyful editing...".
Of course not everyone has the same concerns...

in any case thanks for the suggestion.


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