[Haskell] ANNOUNCE: Visual Haskell prerelease 0.2

Krasimir Angelov kr.angelov at gmail.com
Tue Nov 28 06:19:40 EST 2006

Hi Johannes,

There is a free version of Visual Studio called Visual C++/C# Express
but it isn't extensible and Visual Haskell can't be integrated with
it. As far as I know there is an academic license that allows you to
use Visual Studio free of charge for non commercial purposes. At least
I heard that students in some Bulgarian universities are allowed to
use it. I don't know the details because I have never used the
academic version. I can't say anything about wine, perhaps you have to
try it.


On 11/28/06, Johannes Waldmann <waldmann at imn.htwk-leipzig.de> wrote:
> > http://www.haskell.org/visualhaskell
> sounds great - but can I use this without buying Visual Studio first,
> i. e. does it work with some free beta version or similar?
> and, does it then work under wine :-)
> seriously, how hard would it be to adapt VH to Eclipse?
> the interfaces (for syntax highlighting, typechecking etc.)
> should be similar - in theory.
> --
> -- Johannes Waldmann -- Tel/Fax (0341) 3076 6479/80 --
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