On 11/12/2011 06:32 PM, JP Moresmau wrote:
> Maybe one day we'll integrate Hare as a refactoring tool.
sure, re-factoring would be a welcome addition.
(and without, I don't see much compelling reason
to use an IDE in the first place) (but see below)
last I checked (but it's been a while)
HaRe only parses/transforms Haskell98,
so, no hierarchical module names
(? although it's not quite clear from the report)
If true, this would be an absolute show-stopper.
(Well and I seem to be unable to compile HaRe
with ghc-6.12.3 or 7.0.4)
JP - could you please add (perhaps on the eclipsefp FAQ page)
how much static information is available in eclipsefp
and where it comes from. E.g., completion/hinting does use
the fully type-checked AST? You get it from ghc-API?
Completion is based on names/namespaces only?
Or does it use type inference somehow?
Sure, these may not be your typical Haskell newbie
questions, but you are targetting the experts here
(you want them to switch from emacs or vi ...)
Best regards, and keep up the good work. - Johannes.