[Haskell-cafe] Re: Manatee - The Haskell/Gtk+ Integrated Live
Environment first version release!
leimy2k at gmail.com
Thu Nov 11 23:56:36 EST 2010
Is this just for Linux or is anyone able to run it on Mac OS X?
On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 7:51 PM, Andy Stewart <lazycat.manatee at gmail.com>wrote:
> My project want to provide a fact:
> Haskell not just can do GUI environment, and can do better!
> Gtk2hs + Haskell Threads is awesome!
> Below is source code lines of Manatee:
> All : 21651
> Core and toolkit : 7047
> Daemon and Window Manager : 3656
> Multi-Threads input framework: 2537
> Browser : 488
> Editor : 813
> File manager : 774
> Image viewer : 565
> IRC client : 2212
> Multimedia player : 1358
> PDF viewer : 457
> Process Manager : 761
> RSS/Atom reader : 893
> -- Andy
> Andy Stewart <lazycat.manatee at gmail.com> writes:
> > Hi all,
> > I am proud to announce the release my gtk2hs project : Manatee - The
> Haskell/Gtk+ Integrated Live
> > Environment
> > http://hackage.haskell.org/package/manatee
> > Screenshots at : http:goo.gl/MkVw
> > Code at https://patch-tag.com/r/AndyStewart/ beginning with manatee-*
> > Manatee is Haskell integrated environment written in Haskell.
> > The goal of the Manatee project is to provide a fast, safe and flexible
> > integrated environment for haskell hacking.
> > You can consider it is new environment mix Gnome and Emacs.
> > Like Gnome to provide friendly graphics interface and work efficient like
> > Manatee use multi-processes framework, any sub-module running in separate
> process to protected core
> > won't crash. So it
> > minimize your losses when some unexpected exception throw in extension.
> > Now i have implement below sub-modules in Manatee:
> > Editor
> > Webkit Browser
> > File Manager
> > Image Viewer
> > IRC Client
> > Multimedia Player
> > PDF Viewer
> > Process Manager
> > RSS/Atom reader
> >>From some friends feedback, manatee can't work in XMonad, i will fix it
> > You can play it in Gnome. Enjoy! :)
> > Below are steps to build Manatee:
> > 1) Install C library: In Debian use below command:
> > sudo aptitude install libgtksourceview2.0-dev libgconf2-dev
> libwebkit-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev
> > libgtkimageview-dev libpoppler-glib-dev poppler-data libtagc0-dev -y
> > 2) Install Gtk2hs:
> > cabal install gtk2hs-buildtools gtk
> > And make sure HOME.cabalbin/ in your PATH.
> > 3) Install Manatee:
> > cabal install manatee-core manatee-anything manatee-browser
> manatee-editor manatee-filemanager
> > manatee-imageviewer manatee-ircclient manatee-mplayer manatee-pdfviewer
> > manatee-reader manatee
> > That's all, then type command manatee to play it! :)
> > "manatee-core" "manatee-anything" "manatee" are core packages, must be
> > install, other extension package you can choose you want.
> > Example, if you not install manatee-imageviewer, when you open Image
> > file, manatee will call default image-viewer in your system instead.
> > Manatee will show you "search interface" when you startup it.
> > You can type some filepath or url to open it,
> > example, you can type Haskell file to open in editor,
> > and type url to open in browser.
> > Below are quick play keys:
> > "F2" ==> startProcessManager
> > "F3" ==> startFeedReader
> > "F4" ==> startFileManager
> > "F5" ==> startBrowser
> > "F6" ==> loginIrcDefaultChannel
> > "F7" ==> startIrc
> > Manatee project still in early develop stage, just core framework
> > finish, many details still not perfect.
> > But i think it's good start to build Real-World application in Haskell.
> > Below are high task in my TODO list:
> > Perfect current sub-module:
> > IDE features, code completion
> > graphics custom system
> > etc.
> > Terminal emulator:
> > support MVC design, not like VTE widget
> > Mail-client
> > BT-Client
> > Proxy bridge:
> > to build uniform proxy interface to fighting GFW!!!
> > Jabbar client:
> > video support etc.
> > Spell checker
> > CHM viewer
> > DVI viewer
> > LaTex editor
> > PS viewer
> > Multi-thread download manager
> > Org-Mode : http://orgmode.org/
> > Twitter client
> > Network toolkit:
> > sniffer etc.
> > Multi-Language translater
> > offline support
> > Too many ideas lying in my TODO list....
> > Any suggestion and contribution are welcome! :)
> > -- Andy
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