[Haskell-cafe] ANNOUNCE slot-lambda
ducis_cn at 126.com
Tue Apr 8 15:47:26 UTC 2014
So, it means that using Stratego outside of Eclipse is not that hard? Cool. I've heard of Stratego before. It's time to try again.
Thanks for the information.
At 2014-04-08 20:37:04,"Tillmann Rendel" <rendel at informatik.uni-marburg.de> wrote:
>Ducis asked about SugarHaskell:
>> Does it depend on Stratego/XT?
>SugarHaskell uses Stratego and SDF, but all necessary tools are bundled,
>so you only need a Java virtual machine (and maybe a Java compiler, not
>sure). Most of the tools are bundled as Java class files. Two tools
>(sdf2table and implodePT) are bundled as a statically linked executable
>for common platforms. On a non-common platform, you would have to
>compile these from their C sources.
>There is a release of SugarHaskell on hackage:
>The tarball consists mostly of *.jar files and native executables.
>Looking at the timestamp, this is obviously outdated, but it should work
>and give you a first impression. I'm sure an updated release on Hackage
>could be provided.
>(Eclipse is the main platform for SugarHaskell and the other Sugar
>languages, because we want to provide extensible syntax highlighting and
>other editor features. The process for making the Hackage release was to
>write a simple driver for the command-line interface that essentially
>calls java with the right parameters, and figure out which *.jar files
>from an Eclipse installation we need to bundle to make it work. The
>latter was done manually, and could be done manually again for a more
>recent SugarHaskell-in-Eclipse installation).
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