[Haskell-cafe] Announce: Leksah 0.13.2.0 (still a bit experimental)
hamish.k.mackenzie at gmail.com
Sat Feb 2 17:48:24 CET 2013
Harald and Stephan's Version Control integration has been
merged in! If you want to help out on this there are still some
cool things that could be added. I for one would love something
to show my changes vs. the repo as I edit.
Harald and Stephan also added a number of other nice UI
changes. Unfortunately I do not have a list (but my favourite
is that selecting some text highlights other occurrences).
Better Haddock and GHCi support
While writing documentation for jsc, I made a few changes to
help make writing Haddock docs easier....
* Documentation pane - New pane that uses WebKit to display
your packages Haddock docs (Package -> Open Documentation).
* Auto build Haddock docs - If you click the tick button
on the toolbar it will automatically build your docs
and reload the Documentation pane while you edit your
code. If you have background build switched off then
Ctrl+B will run tests and build docs if the tick is on.
* Auto run - While you are in GHCi mode background build
will also reevaluate the last expression sent to GHCi
with Ctrl+Enter (also works with Ctrl+B if you have
background build off).
* Haddock & Ctrl+Enter - Haddock code block comments
( -- > and -- >>> ) are removed before the current
line or selected text is sent to GHCi.
* Support for choosing which executable or test suite GHCi
should run (expand the package in the workspace pane
to see the list and activate the one you want to
load in GHCi).
Hop on #leksah if you have any questions.
Sorry, I am still having trouble building WebKitGTK+ on OSX.
If you want a challenge...
Alternatively we might have to build Leksah with -f-webkit
to leave out the webkit stuff.
Choose the version that matches your installed GHC
Follow the steps in the .travis.yml file...
Should go something like this...
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