[Haskell-cafe] Leksah works!
leimy2k at gmail.com
Tue Jun 30 12:03:32 EDT 2009
I would love to have a standalone Mac OS X compatible build to try. As it
stands, I have not been successful getting a Cocoa/Carbon GTK running on
Leopard, and can't afford the time to fight with making it work.
I too typically use Emacs, but also like to use Yi once in a while as well.
On Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 7:28 AM, jutaro <jnf at arcor.de> wrote:
> As Leksah developer I approve your comment.
> Even better we will soon have a new release that integrates GHCi and a
> !visual debugger! plus other useful features like much enhanced text search
> with regex and grep and enhanced GUI framework with a tentative support
> for multiple screens. So stay tuned and we appreciate help of any kind.
> jkff wrote:
> > Hi.
> > Quite a while ago I launched Leksah and couldn't get anything done at
> > all; so I thought it is probably never be completed and abandoned
> > attempts to find an IDE for Haskell.
> > However, 3 days ago I launched the new version and it works fantastic!
> > It has an IntelliSense popup with type annotations, a module browser,
> > build-on-the-fly and other things, even though I used it only for 15
> > minutes (then the ICFP contest began, where I wrote in Python and
> > Java).
> > Main point: It seems a vastly more convenient IDE for Haskell than vim
> > (don't know about emacs-mode).
> > So, I'd like to encourage haskellers to install it and give it a try :)
> > --
> > Eugene Kirpichov
> > Web IR developer, market.yandex.ru
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