Three more non-Haskell-98 keywords and one bit of arrow syntax.
Paul, thanks for your submission. I will take care of your patch, but first we have to establish procedures for modes for languages that we are not familiar with.
I think we should have at least:
1. a link to language reference
2. a sample program(s) on an open source license that we could publish in our internet resources and use for testing
Will you help with it for haskell? Best send it to jedit-devel.
I cannot find the operator you added: -< in haskell docs.
Unfortunately I am not a Haskell expert. I took submitted this particular patch on behalf of someone else. I'll point them towards this page, and ask them to comment directly.
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-<, proc and rec are part of arrow notation. rec and mdo also belong to 'recursive do' notation, but mdo is deprecated. These are GHC-specific extensions, but Haskell standards are lagging way behind actual usage. GHC is the de facto standard.
Stephen, thanks for your feedback. You're the author of the Haskell mode, so I will commit any patch you post without questions. I'll do it soon.
Ok, so we support GHC extensions. I added that to docs. I also added -<< operator to mode file. Applied to svn as r21041
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