[Haskell-cafe] [ANN] IHaskell -- Haskell for Interactive Computing (via IPython)

Keshav Kini keshav.kini at gmail.com
Thu Oct 24 03:25:42 UTC 2013

Morten Olsen Lysgaard <morten at lysgaard.no> writes:
> What a wonderful idea Andrew!
> I've always felt that Haskell has much better properties as a notebook
> like language than a state full one such as Python and now we will
> have the chance to show it.
> I hope this will spark an interest in interactive computations with
> Haskell. Myself I would be interested in outputting symbolic math as
> Latex. In haskell the math would be represented as an AST. How would I
> go about adding a Latex output for an AST describing mathematical
> expressions to IHaskell?

Anyone remember a demo called "Wolfgang Lambda" that was online for a
little while a couple years back?  It provided a notebook-like interface
for Haskell and had some demos for building geometric objects, or
something like that, as I recall.  What happened to it?


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