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emacs heads up

Rustom Mody
There seems to be some significant developments in emacs' haskell mode

Can I understand??

The run-haskell command is now evidently deprecated

What is the new alternative?
Or do we just stay with run-haskell?

Context:
- Teaching Haskell
- Using emacs
- Need a nice REPL
- Not (immediately) getting into in stack cabal etc; though will be needed in due course

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Re: emacs heads up

Jeroen Bransen-2
You may want to have a look at https://commercialhaskell.github.io/intero/

Op 3-5-2018 om 07:01 schreef Rustom Mody:
There seems to be some significant developments in emacs' haskell mode

Can I understand??

The run-haskell command is now evidently deprecated

What is the new alternative?
Or do we just stay with run-haskell?

Context:
- Teaching Haskell
- Using emacs
- Need a nice REPL
- Not (immediately) getting into in stack cabal etc; though will be needed in due course


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