[Haskell-cafe] Editors for Haskell
bringert at cs.chalmers.se
Mon May 29 21:55:28 EDT 2006
I followed your advice and tried SubEthaEdit. It seems to work really
well, except that I can't figure out how to get it to indent my
Haskell code correctly. What I expected was something like the Emacs
Haskell mode where I can hit tab to cycle between the different
reasonable indentations for a line. Am I right that SubEthaEdit does
not have this feature? Or did I not RTFM enough? Maybe it's just me,
but I find it difficult to write Haskell code without it.
On May 25, 2006, at 8:10 AM, Christopher Brown wrote:
> Hi Walt,
> For Mac OS X I would strongly recommend using Sub Etha Edit. Its a
> very simple editor to use, and offers a lot of power and
> flexibility. It also has a Haskell highlighting mode.
> You can find it at:
> On 25 May 2006, at 16:02, Walter Potter wrote:
>> I hope that this is the right place for this question.
>> I'm using Haskell (GHC and Hugs) on several different platforms.
>> Windows, OS X and Linux systems.
>> I'd like to have an IDE that works well for medium to large size
>> projects. I know of Eclipse and hIDE.
>> Vim works fine but I'd like more. hiDE seems to be "in process."
>> What would you suggest? I'll be asking my students to use the
>> same IDE.
>> Thanks, Walt
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