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== Syntax highlighting ==
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Syntax highlighting now works (using GeSHi) for a bunch of languages including Haskell (using Jason Dagit's file, somewhat modified). For lisp, for instance, use <code>&lt;pre-lisp&gt;</code>...<code>&lt;/pre-lisp&gt;</code> to format a block of lisp (using the <code>&lt;pre&gt;</code> tag), and <code>&lt;code-lisp&gt;</code>...<code>&lt;/code-lisp&gt;</code> to format text inline (using the <code>&lt;code&gt;</code> tag).
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For Haskell, I've made <code>&lt;haskell&gt;</code> the same as <code>&lt;pre-haskell&gt;</code> and <code>&lt;hask&gt;</code> the same as <code>&lt;code-haskell&gt;</code>.
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For instance:
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<haskell>
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{-
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My program
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-}
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import Prelude
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foo :: (Monad m) -> m (Int,Int)
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foo = (x-2,x - 1) where
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x = 3
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-- The main function
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main :: IO ()
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main = do
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a <- foo
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putStr ("And the answer is: " ++(show (fst a))++"\n")
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</haskell>
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Inline: <hask>import Prelude</hask>.
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For Haskell (only) I have deliberately removed all formatting apart from foreground colour, and those I have tried to keep dark so as not to be visually distracting. &mdash;[[User:Ashley Y|Ashley Y]] 23:22, 8 March 2006 (UTC)

Revision as of 23:22, 8 March 2006

Contents

1 Licensing

Please have a look at the licensing information.

2 Subpages

Subpage support is switched on for all namespaces apart from Image: and MediaWiki:.

3 Special pages

Here are some special pages that may come in handy:

4 Syntax highlighting

Syntax highlighting now works (using GeSHi) for a bunch of languages including Haskell (using Jason Dagit's file, somewhat modified). For lisp, for instance, use <pre-lisp>...</pre-lisp> to format a block of lisp (using the <pre> tag), and <code-lisp>...</code-lisp> to format text inline (using the <code> tag).

For Haskell, I've made <haskell> the same as <pre-haskell> and <hask> the same as <code-haskell>.

For instance:

{-
My program
-}
import Prelude
 
foo :: (Monad m) -> m (Int,Int)
foo = (x-2,x - 1) where
  x = 3
 
-- The main function
main :: IO ()
main = do
  a <- foo
  putStr ("And the answer is: " ++(show (fst a))++"\n")
Inline:
import Prelude
.

For Haskell (only) I have deliberately removed all formatting apart from foreground colour, and those I have tried to keep dark so as not to be visually distracting. —Ashley Y 23:22, 8 March 2006 (UTC)