Data.List documentation improvements

Neil Mitchell ndmitchell at
Tue Dec 5 06:35:57 EST 2006


> That would certainly be neat.  Maybe it could be implemented in Haskell using
> YHC's JavaScript backend?  (half-joking...)

Thats how Hoogle 4 is going to be implemented...

> AJAX requires a server, and the nice thing about Haddock documentation is you
> can view it with file:// URLs.  Maybe there's a way around this though, I'm not
> an AJAX expert.

By "AJAX style" I meant:

<a href="javascript:show_code('map')">Show Code</a>
<div id="code_map" style="display:none;">
code for map goes here

No need for a server, I guess what I really meant was with DHTML, but
no one seems to use the name DHTML, everyone now refers to it as AJAX.
The acronyms have attacked!



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