[Haskell] KDevelop & Haskell
gour at mail.inet.hr
Tue Jan 27 10:23:54 EST 2004
Claus Reinke (claus.reinke at talk21.com) wrote:
> that's why it would be nice if the supported Haskell implementations
> we have would also offer the necessary API on top of which such
> enhanced IDE functionality could be implemented in everyone's
> editors of choice.
> > But I saw that haskell is in the the table of supported languages.
> yes, and it is nice to see it advertised this way, but I just checked,
> and the support seems to be in its very early stages:
But, it's better than nothing :-)
> it won't do everything (unless you do a little programming, or we get
> those APIs I keep mumbling about), but it will do a lot.
Do you have some pointer for discussion(s) about these APIs you're mumbling
> set your editor as specified, start Hugs, type ":find foldl", enjoy.
> for extra marks, make your editor call out to Hugs, load the current
> module, and :find the identifier under the cursor. (or were you
> suggesting that most Hugs users are already aware of this
> feature and use it every day?)
At the moment (6th ch. of Thompson's Craft of FP) I'm still with Helium :-)
but otherwise I was/am using ghc to compile e.g. darcs and other Haskell stuff.
> > This one is nice. Thank you.
> why, thank you!-)
At the moment I'm compiling HaRE under MSYS/MinGW environment. Where can I
> >Have you (maybe) tried KDevelop with kvim?
> no, I was thinking of the recent Haskell-in-Haskell frontends, and
> of Simon M's work on providing an API for ghc to support a
> visual studio binding. The frontends, or the API once it has evolved,
> are just what one needs to provide programmers editors with
Wow! It looks great. I definitely have to find out some more time in pursuing
my learning of Haskell, since there is interesting development going on.
(recently I've found few posts on Ruby list with the complain that "but
ultimately lost interest because the discussions focused on a /much/ higher
level than they do here on the Ruby list--arguments over language design, etc.,
with few mentions of using Haskell to do anything productive.", so I hope that
something like Programatica Project can drastically change the situation and
bring Haskell more tho the mainstream (despite the fact if this is the
intention of the whole project :-)
Thank you for enlighetning me about Programmatica.
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