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EclipseFP Haskell 2.3.2
Release Notes
Necessary Haskell packages:
- EclipseFP relies on BuildWrapper, a Haskell IDE library, for a lot of its functionality. See for more information. Version 0.6.2 of buildwrapper has been validated with this version of EclipseFP
- EclipseFP also uses scion-browser. Version 0.2.10 has been validated with this version of EclipseFP
- accept tab between section type and name in Cabal files
- treat filenames as default encoding, not utf8
- only accept ascii characters in project names, since accented characters do not work well with gcc and such
- adding a list to cabal (example: data-files) via the ui does not mess the cabal file
- synchronize operations do not block other operations
- Terminating a debugging session when stopped at a breakpoint removes correctly breakpoint marker in code
- Terminating a debugging session correctly forbids to resume execution (restart a new session)
- Do not try to parse hlint output if the process returned in error
- Specify the cabal stanza you want to use settings from when checking a file in the editor
- In preferences for executables, you can install the executable from Haskage
- Install all helper executables from one dialog
- Install all dependencies for one project from right click on project (performs a clean of the project afterwards).
- BuildWrapper and scion-browser should build with GHC 7.6
- If you run a GHCi session in debug mode and launch a function with :trace, :hist output will show as a stack trace in the Debug perspective
- Watch action on editor adds the selected text as a debug expression
- Display action on editor evaluates the expression in current GHCi session (only visible if stopped at a breakpoint in debug GHCi session)
- Scion-browser path is optional in preferences
- Hopefully performance of some UI operations has been enhanced and the UI should be more responsive in places
Upgrade notes:
- Upgrade via the Eclipse install site
Known issues:
Thanks to all bug reporters and users for their feedback, and specifically to Adam Foltzer for his contribution to scion-browser.
Thanks to all the people that expressed interest in EclipseFP and want to see it stay alive and improve!