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Describe here all your fantasy tutorials... tutorials you either wish you had the time to write or that somebody else would do
 
Describe here all your fantasy tutorials... tutorials you either wish you had the time to write or that somebody else would do
   
== Haskell for MacOS fans ==
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== Haskell for Mac OS X fans ==
   
 
We've got:
 
We've got:
* [http://hoc.sourceforge.net/ HoC] - A Haskell to Objective C Binding
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* [http://hoc.sourceforge.net/ HoC] - A Haskell to Objective-C Binding
 
* [http://www.hoovy.org/HaskellXcodePlugin/ An Xcode plugin for Haskell]
 
* [http://www.hoovy.org/HaskellXcodePlugin/ An Xcode plugin for Haskell]
   
What I would really like to see is a tutorial for Haskell hacking on a Mac, using Haskell to build those insanely great Mac applications. There's two ways you could go about it. One might be to build it as a Haskell-for-Objective-C programmers, thing. Another might be MacOS programming for Haskellers, with just enough Objective C for you get by. Or a third approach still would be a super super friendly, graphical, tutorial for people who have never programmed in either. I was thinking along the lines of [http://cocoadevcentral.com/d/learn_cocoa/ Learn Cocoa], but using Haskell!
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What I would really like to see is a tutorial for Haskell hacking on a Mac, using Haskell to build those insanely great Mac applications. There's two ways you could go about it. One might be to build it as a Haskell-for-Objective-C programmers, thing. Another might be Mac OS X programming for Haskellers, with just enough Objective-C for you get by. Or a third approach still would be a super super friendly, graphical, tutorial for people who have never programmed in either. I was thinking along the lines of [http://cocoadevcentral.com/d/learn_cocoa/ Learn Cocoa], but using Haskell!
   
 
As a goal application, I might suggest an iTunes-a-like
 
As a goal application, I might suggest an iTunes-a-like

Latest revision as of 16:57, 11 June 2012


Describe here all your fantasy tutorials... tutorials you either wish you had the time to write or that somebody else would do

[edit] 1 Haskell for Mac OS X fans

We've got:

What I would really like to see is a tutorial for Haskell hacking on a Mac, using Haskell to build those insanely great Mac applications. There's two ways you could go about it. One might be to build it as a Haskell-for-Objective-C programmers, thing. Another might be Mac OS X programming for Haskellers, with just enough Objective-C for you get by. Or a third approach still would be a super super friendly, graphical, tutorial for people who have never programmed in either. I was thinking along the lines of Learn Cocoa, but using Haskell!

As a goal application, I might suggest an iTunes-a-like

[edit] 2 Database programming in Haskell