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Sublime2/3 hsdev patch: testers needed

scooter.phd@gmail.com
Was wondering if there are any Sublime Text users out there who also use hsdev as their Haskell IDE backend. I'd recently (within the last 2 weeks) encountered random lockups, error messages about resources no longer available. I was able to track them down to half-closed pipes and ended up revamping subprocess interaction. So far, I have left a SublimeText session open for 3 days, done some fair amount of work and haven't had any problems.

If you are a SublimeText 2/3 hsdev user and are comfortable with checking out Sublime packages directly from github, I could use some extra help shaking out the code to ensure that it is as robust as I think it is. The URL to my Github fork is:

https://github.com/bscottm/SublimeHaskell.git

Once you've cloned my fork, check out the 'stderr_stdout' branch and test away -- I'm looking for unexpected lockups (e.g., when you've saved a file and ST's status line says "... Checking and Linting" forever.)

Thanks!


-scooter

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Re: Sublime2/3 hsdev patch: testers needed

Ara Adkins
Looks like this has fixed an issue I've been having! Seems to have just been merged into master as of ~4 hours ago at the time of writing. 

Thanks Scott!

- Ara

On 13 Feb 2017, at 06:40, Scott Michel <[hidden email]> wrote:

Was wondering if there are any Sublime Text users out there who also use hsdev as their Haskell IDE backend. I'd recently (within the last 2 weeks) encountered random lockups, error messages about resources no longer available. I was able to track them down to half-closed pipes and ended up revamping subprocess interaction. So far, I have left a SublimeText session open for 3 days, done some fair amount of work and haven't had any problems.

If you are a SublimeText 2/3 hsdev user and are comfortable with checking out Sublime packages directly from github, I could use some extra help shaking out the code to ensure that it is as robust as I think it is. The URL to my Github fork is:

https://github.com/bscottm/SublimeHaskell.git

Once you've cloned my fork, check out the 'stderr_stdout' branch and test away -- I'm looking for unexpected lockups (e.g., when you've saved a file and ST's status line says "... Checking and Linting" forever.)

Thanks!


-scooter

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Re: Sublime2/3 hsdev patch: testers needed

scooter.phd@gmail.com
Ara:

Hack in good health!


-scooter

On Mon, Feb 13, 2017 at 7:11 AM, Ara Adkins <[hidden email]> wrote:
Looks like this has fixed an issue I've been having! Seems to have just been merged into master as of ~4 hours ago at the time of writing. 

Thanks Scott!

- Ara

On 13 Feb 2017, at 06:40, Scott Michel <[hidden email]> wrote:

Was wondering if there are any Sublime Text users out there who also use hsdev as their Haskell IDE backend. I'd recently (within the last 2 weeks) encountered random lockups, error messages about resources no longer available. I was able to track them down to half-closed pipes and ended up revamping subprocess interaction. So far, I have left a SublimeText session open for 3 days, done some fair amount of work and haven't had any problems.

If you are a SublimeText 2/3 hsdev user and are comfortable with checking out Sublime packages directly from github, I could use some extra help shaking out the code to ensure that it is as robust as I think it is. The URL to my Github fork is:

https://github.com/bscottm/SublimeHaskell.git

Once you've cloned my fork, check out the 'stderr_stdout' branch and test away -- I'm looking for unexpected lockups (e.g., when you've saved a file and ST's status line says "... Checking and Linting" forever.)

Thanks!


-scooter


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