Is this content aware?
Doing this kind of complition is easy to achieve in vim, too.
I tried downloading, eclipse and the latest EcplipseFP zip file.
I couldn't use the standard installer (Help-> Add Features ..) because
it didn't find anything..
But now I don't know how to switch to "haskell" mode or wether it's
But I think I can't use it because Eclipse is slow compared to vim and
at the moment I'm running Windows and colinux on the same system (using
colinux) with 512 RAM.. When using Eclipse swapping starts.. but if you
get this working for jEdit.. you may make me using it ..
I think my way to go is: using already existing haskell parsers and add
haskell script support to vim.. Using hs-plugins it shouldn't be that
hard.. But I have to learn that stuff first.
> I tried downloading, eclipse and the latest EcplipseFP zip file.
> I couldn't use the standard installer (Help-> Add Features ..) because
> it didn't find anything..
Strange, that worked for me.
>From my quick look, Eclipse looks like a workable candidate. Since I
have the Emacs key combinations pretty much hard-wired in my hands, I
was pleased to see there was an Emacs mode, and pleasantly surprised
that unlike some Emacs modes, it actually seemed to be fairly faithful
However, I got a bit lost in the various menus, and having no previous
experience with it, I don't know whether any problems are due to bugs
or incompletenesses in EclipseFP, or my lack of experience with
Eclipse itself. So at the moment, I'm still using Emacs.
If I haven't seen further, it is by standing in the footprints of giants