> On 6/27/06, Leif Frenzel <lfrenzel@...> wrote:
>> So lets hope for a Brazilian success then :-)
> Seems like it worked. ;-)
> And I used my very good mood to do some experimenting... I found that
> the context menu entry is there (it is labeled "Run Haskell
> Application), but it is shown only when the project's target binary is
> selected on the Haskell perspective (usually bin/theResult). Can you
> find it?
> At least the menu entry is shown on my current machine. I don't know
> if it actually works because I am lacking the GHC compiler here, but
> you could try.
Hm, I think I did select the executable, but I might have been wrong
somewhere. I'll check a bit more thoroughly with the released version.
> Anyway, there is not enough time to fix this issue today. So I will be
> releasing the code as it is now and this fix gets scheduled for the
> next release.
> Now, on a side discussion, I really don't like having to explicitly
> select the compiled binary to be run. I like the JDT approach. It
> doesn't require you to even know there are compiled binaries, you just
> select any class that has an appropriate method (the static main
> method) and it can be run. Maybe EclipseFP should provide something
> similar: any module that has an appropriate main function can be run.
> We can even get fancy if we want: select any no-parameter IO ()
> function and it can be run.
:-) Yes, that would be good. The main reason that I did not start into
was that I did not yet have a parser to find the main function, but that
easy now. So this would be very good to have.
> I wonder what do you all (even if all is just me and Leif) think.
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