[Haskell-cafe] Proposal: New syntax for Haskell
bob at redivi.com
Fri Sep 13 00:42:51 CEST 2013
Have you tried AppleScript? I wouldn't say it's pleasant to use, but it's
easy to read.
On Thursday, September 12, 2013, David Thomas wrote:
> I've long been interested in a scripting language designed to be spoken.
> Not interested enough to go about making it happen... but the idea is
> fascinating and possibly useful.
> > wrote:
>> Cucumber seems to be great if you mainly want to read your code over the
>> telephone, distribute it via national radio broadcast, or dictate it to
>> your secretary or your voice recognition software. You can program thus
>> without having to use you fingers. You can lie on your back on your sofa,
>> close your eyes, and utter your programs...
>> We could have blind Haskell/Cucumber programming contests...
>> Tons of new possiblilities...
>> Strongly support this proposal. ;-)
>> On 2013-09-10 22:57, Artyom Kazak wrote:
>> I hope these jokes do not cause people to be afraid to post new ideas.
>> Agreed. I would also like to clarify that my message was much more a joke
>> the incomprehensibility of legal acts than on the original proposal.
>> By the way, I am pretty impressed with this piece of Cucumber
>> Scenario: Mislav creates a valid task with an upload
>> When I go to the "Awesome Ruby Yahh" task list page of the "Ruby
>> Rockstars" project
>> When I follow "+ Add Task"
>> And I fill in "Task title" with "Ohhh upload"
>> And I follow "Attachment"
>> When I attach the file "features/support/sample_files/dragon.jpg" to
>> And I press "Add Task"
>> And I wait for 1 second
>> And I should see "Ohhh upload" as a task name
>> I was much more sceptical when I had only seen the example in Niklas’s
>> Andreas Abel <>< Du bist der geliebte Mensch.
>> Theoretical Computer Science, University of Munich http://www.tcs.informatik.uni-muenchen.de/~abel/
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