[Haskell-cafe] Future of FPComplete Haskell Center (IDE)

Dan Burton danburton.email at gmail.com
Fri Oct 16 22:30:44 UTC 2015

I would ultimately like to see ghcjs running entirely in the browser,
converting hs projects to js that can be run right there in the browser.
That way nobody would need to host the build service. I imagine we're still
quite a long way from accomplishing that.

On Friday, October 16, 2015, Thomas Bereknyei <tomberek at gmail.com> wrote:

> FPComplete is deprecating Haskell Center and removing support for their
> hosted IDE at the end of the year. I enjoy using the IDE in many situations
> and would like to have a similar capability available to the community. I
> know several people have expressed interest in helping maintain a version
> that can go on.
> Michael Snoyman has stated that there are some issues with the existing
> codebase and that there are many things that can/should be improved. There
> are some limitations due to NDA, but I believe FPComplete would be willing
> to hand over much of the codebase.
> I intend this thread to bring together those people interested in helping
> with this effort in any way. Personally, I would be willing to provide
> limited hosting and some development support. My goals would be to upgrade
> support to 8.x GHC, latest Stackage - LTS and create a path for people to
> self-host the IDE.
> -Tom Bereknyei

-- Dan Burton
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