[Haskell-cafe] scheduling an alarm
ketil at malde.org
Thu Jan 28 05:30:29 EST 2010
Thomas DuBuisson <thomas.dubuisson at gmail.com> writes:
> Yes - I said that in a later e-mail but it doesn't fix me violating my own
> peeve about non-functional code snippits on -cafe.
I guess we're spoiled by the type checker catching all our mistakes.
Since I recently discovered the new and wonderful world of C-c C-l in
haskell-mode, I wonder if it'd be hard (or if anybody already done so!)
to incorporate this for literate-style Haskell in email?
Wouldn't it be great if I could, just prior to sending a message, hit
C-c C-l to load the *message* buffer in a Haskell process to check that
it indeed works as expected, and if you, on reading it, could hit the
same key combination to do the same?
The birdstep-style might cause difficulties given the same mark's use as
standard quoting indicator. And of course, most people use more
pedestrian, Turing-inhibited MUAs these days...
If I haven't seen further, it is by standing in the footprints of giants
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