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'''Haste''', short for '''Haskell Turbo-Edit''' was a Haskell IDE written in Haskell which used [[Wxhaskell]] as a GUI and a heavily modified version of [[haddock]] 1.x for Intellisense (tab-completion). It was [http://www.haskell.org/pipermail/haskell/2005-April/015667.html announced] Sun Apr 10 2005, by a group of students at Chalmers University. Its homepage was at [http://haste.dyndns.org:8080 http://haste.dyndns.org:8080] (the site has since gone down).
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'''Haste''', short for '''Haskell Turbo-Edit''' was a Haskell IDE written in Haskell which used [[Wxhaskell]] as a GUI and a heavily modified version of [[haddock]] 1.x for Intellisense (tab-completion). It was [http://www.haskell.org/pipermail/haskell/2005-April/015667.html announced] Sun Apr 10 2005, by a group of students at Chalmers University. <!-- Its homepage was at [http://haste.dyndns.org:8080 http://haste.dyndns.org:8080] (the site has since gone down). -->
   
The development of Haste has been abandoned, and as of GHC 6.8.2, it is somewhat bitrotten. A snapshot of the last sources can be found at [http://www.haskell.org/~kolmodin/code/haste/ /~kolmodin/code/haste] on haskell.org.
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The development of Haste has been abandoned, and as of GHC 6.8.2, it is somewhat bitrotten. A snapshot of the last sources can be found at [[Media:d3proj.tar.bz2 | d3proj.tar.bz2]].
   
A successor to haste, haste2 (primarily developed by David Waern), has also been abandoned. Lennart Kolmodin describes haste2 thusly:
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A successor to haste, haste2 (primarily developed by David Waern), has also been abandoned; a Darcs repository of it can be found at [http://repos.mine.nu/davve/darcs/haste2 http://repos.mine.nu/davve/darcs/haste2] . Lennart Kolmodin describes haste2 thusly:
   
 
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[[Image:Haste screenshot hovering.png|800px|center|thumb|A screenshot of Haste circa January 2006.]]
 
[[Image:Haste screenshot hovering.png|800px|center|thumb|A screenshot of Haste circa January 2006.]]
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Latest revision as of 05:54, 10 October 2013

Haste, short for Haskell Turbo-Edit was a Haskell IDE written in Haskell which used Wxhaskell as a GUI and a heavily modified version of haddock 1.x for Intellisense (tab-completion). It was announced Sun Apr 10 2005, by a group of students at Chalmers University.

The development of Haste has been abandoned, and as of GHC 6.8.2, it is somewhat bitrotten. A snapshot of the last sources can be found at d3proj.tar.bz2.

A successor to haste, haste2 (primarily developed by David Waern), has also been abandoned; a Darcs repository of it can be found at http://repos.mine.nu/davve/darcs/haste2 . Lennart Kolmodin describes haste2 thusly:

"It had some basics and could have become very exciting. It had some integration with darcs, haddock2 (?) and a proper source code widget. It was based on using IO much, and we discussed it and were eager to try a more pure style, like xmonad to the X server. We would probably rewrite it pretty much from scratch if we'd continue. The current work is all done by Waern.
Waern also wrote pretty complete Scintilla[1] bindings to the gtk2hs framework. Our previous bindings has been integrated into the wxHaskell project. Unfortunately the gkt2hs work got destroyed in a hard disk crash, and he was not able to recover it. That's the bindings haste2 relied on. As far as I know haste2 was also on that disk. It seems pretty much dead too."
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A screenshot of Haste circa January 2006.