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# For complete documentation of this file, please see Geany's main documentation
[styling]
# Edit these in the colorscheme .conf file instead
default=default
commentline=comment_line
commentblock=comment
commentblock2=comment
commentblock3=comment
number=number_1
keyword=keyword_1
import=preprocessor
string=string_1
character=character
class=class
operator=operator
identifier=identifier_1
instance=type
capital=string_2
module=function
data=number_2
pragma=preprocessor
preprocessor=preprocessor
stringeol=string_eol
reserved_operator=operator
literate_comment=comment
literate_codedelim=other

[keywords]
# all items must be in one line
keywords=as case class data deriving do else if import in infixl infixr instance let module of primitive qualified then type where


[settings]
# default extension used when saving files
extension=hs

# the following characters are these which a "word" can contains, see documentation
#wordchars=_abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ0123456789

# single comments, like # in this file
comment_single=--
# multiline comments
#comment_open=
#comment_close=

# set to false if a comment character/string should start at column 0 of a line, true uses any
# indentation of the line, e.g. setting to true causes the following on pressing CTRL+d
	#command_example();
# setting to false would generate this
#	command_example();
# This setting works only for single line comments
comment_use_indent=true

# context action command (please see Geany's main documentation for details)
context_action_cmd=

[indentation]
#width=4
# 0 is spaces, 1 is tabs, 2 is tab & spaces
#type=1

[build_settings]
# %f will be replaced by the complete filename
# %e will be replaced by the filename without extension
# (use only one of it at one time)
compiler=ghc --make "%f"
run_cmd="./%e"

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