René J.V. Bertin
rjvbertin at gmail.com
Thu Feb 2 11:07:45 UTC 2017
On Tuesday January 31 2017 09:59:03 Gregory Guthrie wrote:
>Thanks - there were multiple old notes in various forums that it supported Haskell, and since there was no mention on the home page, I had thought here might be some additional steps (plugin?) needed or available for this.
>Seems not - and it is curious that people had listed it as an available IDE for Haskell.
Maybe because someone did write an *unofficial* plugin at some point, as Aleix implied when he wrote
>I specified official support, I'm unaware of any unofficial support if that's what you assumed.
An IDE can be anything, I'm pretty sure PWB (the Programmer's Workbench) can be seen as one too. As long as you can do Haskell development with an editor and a make-like utility you can set up KDevelop as a reasonable environment in which you can edit and build Haskell based software. You might even be able to use it for debugging if gdb supports the language.
BTW, it seems there are solutions to add Haskell support to LLVM, which might make it relatively straightforward to add parsing support for the language.
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