Thu Feb 24 17:58:36 CET 2011
with your version of GHC (except some features more tightly integrated with
the compiler, such is GHCI.
2011/3/7 Daniel Fischer <daniel.is.fischer at googlemail.com>
> On Monday 07 March 2011 16:08:01, Alberto G. Corona wrote:
> > I use leksah, and I want to say thanks to the people that maintain it. =
> > want also to encourage them to continuing its valuable work.
> > from the last release of Leksah, I particulary appreciate its:
> > Multiplatform support
> > Ease of installation in all platforms including windows
> > capability to works with many cabal packages in a single workspace
> > its detection of dependencies and rebuilding of the affected packages
> > Integration of GHCI and the GHCI debugger
> > integrated building of documentation
> > referencing and navigation trough the source of the installed packages
> > and of course all the other traditional IDE capabilities
> That sounds nice, so I thought I'd try out leksah again.
> Unfortunately, the dependencies rule out GHC-7 (base < 4.3, Cabal < 1.9,
> containers < 0.4 were the ones that sprang to the eyes immediately).
> Maybe someone could try relaxing the bounds and build it with GHC-7, and =
> if it works - upload a new version?
> (I could try if I get a go-ahead from Hamish or J=FCrgen)
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