[Haskell-cafe] What does intero add to GHCi?

Yuji Yamamoto whosekiteneverfly at gmail.com
Thu Nov 10 12:46:13 UTC 2016

Hello, Haskellers!

I've recently seen many tools for Haskell IDE backend
such as ghc-mod, hsdev, haskell-ide-engine, ide-backend, and intero.
In addition, I found GHCi added commands to support IDEs: :complete,
:type-at, etc.
Then, I heard intero is a fork of GHCi.
Actually intero's commands look same with GHCi's.

So, what does intero add to GHCi?

Thanks in advance.

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