> Is there a menu option, wizard or something like that to create a
> Literate Haskell file yet? I couldn't find it...
No, there isn't. (I never use literate style myself ;-)
Actually, I think this should be an option on the New Module wizard.=20
Generally, wizards should be in terms of logical units (i.e. modules),=20
not in terms of source files. And a module is a module is a module,=20
whether in a literate file or not ;-).
The only difference is then the generated code skeleton, which looks=20
different in literate style, and the file extension. So my suggestion=20
is, that there should be a checkbox on the wizard that allows to check=20
'Literate style', and then we call the file *.lhs instead of *.hs and=20
select a different code template. It was a request anyway that the code=20
templates for new Haskell files should be configurable, and there is=20
already a bit of code which implements this in the UI plugin (although=20
not yet fully functional).
Does that make sense?
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2006/1/9, Leif Frenzel <himself@...>:
> Actually, I think this should be an option on the New Module wizard.
> Generally, wizards should be in terms of logical units (i.e. modules),
> not in terms of source files. And a module is a module is a module,
> whether in a literate file or not ;-).
> Does that make sense?
Sure, perfect sense. Maybe someone could work on that, I'm willing to
try it just after fixing some last-minute issues with the parser.