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1 parent 3a0a868 commit b498b71a5bce24765410d8628566bcbe32bf261c @JPMoresmau committed Sep 30, 2012
@@ -74,7 +74,7 @@ available at http://www.eclipse.org/legal/epl-v10.html.
id="net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell"
download-size="0"
install-size="0"
- version="2.2.4"
+ version="2.3.2"
unpack="false"/>
<plugin
@@ -123,7 +123,7 @@ available at http://www.eclipse.org/legal/epl-v10.html.
id="net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.debug.core"
download-size="0"
install-size="0"
- version="2.3.1"
+ version="2.3.2"
unpack="false"/>
<plugin
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@ Manifest-Version: 1.0
Bundle-ManifestVersion: 2
Bundle-Name: %bundleName
Bundle-SymbolicName: net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.debug.core;singleton:=true
-Bundle-Version: 2.3.1
+Bundle-Version: 2.3.2
Bundle-Activator: net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.debug.core.internal.HaskellDebugCore
Bundle-Vendor: %bundleVendor
Require-Bundle: org.eclipse.core.runtime,
@@ -1,11 +1,11 @@
-Manifest-Version: 1.0
-Bundle-ManifestVersion: 2
-Bundle-Name: %bundleName
-Bundle-SymbolicName: net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell;singleton:=true
-Bundle-Version: 2.2.4
-Bundle-Vendor: %bundleVendor
-Bundle-Localization: plugin
-Require-Bundle: org.eclipse.ui.cheatsheets;bundle-version="[3.2.0,4.0.0)",
- net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.ui
-Bundle-ActivationPolicy: lazy
-Bundle-RequiredExecutionEnvironment: JavaSE-1.6
+Manifest-Version: 1.0
+Bundle-ManifestVersion: 2
+Bundle-Name: %bundleName
+Bundle-SymbolicName: net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell;singleton:=true
+Bundle-Version: 2.3.2
+Bundle-Vendor: %bundleVendor
+Bundle-Localization: plugin
+Require-Bundle: org.eclipse.ui.cheatsheets;bundle-version="[3.2.0,4.0.0)",
+ net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.ui
+Bundle-ActivationPolicy: lazy
+Bundle-RequiredExecutionEnvironment: JavaSE-1.6
@@ -1,97 +1,78 @@
-<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
-<cheatsheet title="Haskell in Eclipse">
-
-<intro
- href="/org.eclipse.platform.doc.user/reference/ref-cheatsheets.htm">
- <description>
- Welcome to the basic tutorial for Haskell development in Eclipse.
- It will make you familiar with the first steps and the tools in the
- IDE that can be used for Haskell development. We will create a Haskell
- project, implement the infamous 'Hello World' application and run it.
- </description>
-</intro>
-
-<item
- href="/org.eclipse.platform.doc.user/concepts/concepts-4.htm"
- title="Open the Haskell Perspective">
- <action
- pluginId="org.eclipse.ui.cheatsheets"
- class="org.eclipse.ui.internal.cheatsheets.actions.OpenPerspective"
- param1="net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.ui.HaskellPerspective"/>
- <description>
- Select Window &gt; Open Perspective &gt; Haskell in the menubar at
- the top of the workbench. This step changes the perspective to
- set up the Eclipse workbench for Haskell development. You can
- click the "Click to Perform" button to have the Haskell
- perspective opened automatically.
- </description>
-</item>
-
-<item
- href="/net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.doc.user/html/haskell/userGuide/wizards.html#newProject"
- title="Create a Haskell project"
- skip="true">
- <action
- pluginId="net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.ui"
- class="net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.ui.actions.OpenNewProjectWizard"/>
- <description>
- The first thing you will need is a Haskell Project. (If you already
- have one in your workspace that you would like to use, you may skip
- this step with the &quot;Click to Skip&quot; button.) Select File &gt; New &gt;
- Haskell Project. The
- &quot;New Haskell Project&quot; wizard is automatically displayed when you
- click the &quot;Click to Perform&quot; button.
- </description>
-</item>
-
-<item
- href="/net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.doc.user/html/haskell/userGuide/wizards.html#newModule"
- title="Create a Main module"
- skip="true">
- <action
- pluginId="net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.ui"
- class="net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.ui.actions.OpenNewModuleWizard"/>
- <description>
- We create now a Main module in the Haskell project. You may do this by
- either clicking the "Click to Perform" button below to launch the
- New Haskell Module wizard, or you may use the Eclipse tools to
- do it, by using the File &gt; New &gt; Haskell module action.
- Enter "Main" as module name. If you do not use the "Click to Perform"
- button below, click the "Click to Skip" button to advance to the next
- step in building your application.
- </description>
-</item>
-
-<item
- href="/net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.doc.user/html/haskell/gettingStarted.html#createSource"
- title="Write some code">
- <description>
- In the source of the module, write the following line right below
- the already generated code: <b>main = putStrLn &quot;Hello world!&quot;</b> Once you
- save the file, it is automatically compiled and linked. Click the
- &quot;Click to Complete&quot; button below when finished.
- </description>
-</item>
-
-<item
- href="/net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.doc.user/html/haskell/gettingStarted.html#run"
- title="Launch the executable">
- <description>
- The executable is located in the bin/ folder of the project.
- Select it, right-click it and choose Run As &gt; Haskell Application
- from the context menu. &apos;Hello world!&apos; should be printed in your
- &quot;Console&quot; view.
- </description>
-</item>
-
-<item
- href="/net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.doc.user/html/haskell/userGuide/haddock.html"
- title="Generate documentation (Haddock)">
- <description>
- If you want to use Haddock to generate documentation from your sources,
- you can run it from the Haddock Export Wizard. You have to annotate your
- sources first. See the Help for more details.
- </description>
-</item>
-
-</cheatsheet>
+<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
+<cheatsheet title="Haskell in Eclipse">
+
+<intro
+ href="/org.eclipse.platform.doc.user/reference/ref-cheatsheets.htm">
+ <description>
+ Welcome to the basic tutorial for Haskell development in Eclipse.
+ It will make you familiar with the first steps and the tools in the
+ IDE that can be used for Haskell development. We will create a Haskell
+ project, implement the infamous 'Hello World' application and run it.
+ </description>
+</intro>
+
+<item
+ href="/org.eclipse.platform.doc.user/concepts/concepts-4.htm"
+ title="Open the Haskell Perspective">
+ <action
+ pluginId="org.eclipse.ui.cheatsheets"
+ class="org.eclipse.ui.internal.cheatsheets.actions.OpenPerspective"
+ param1="net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.ui.HaskellPerspective"/>
+ <description>
+ Select Window &gt; Open Perspective &gt; Haskell in the menubar at
+ the top of the workbench. This step changes the perspective to
+ set up the Eclipse workbench for Haskell development. You can
+ click the "Click to Perform" button to have the Haskell
+ perspective opened automatically.
+ </description>
+</item>
+
+<item
+ href="/net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.doc.user/html/haskell/userGuide/wizards.html#newProject"
+ title="Create a Haskell project"
+ skip="true">
+ <action
+ pluginId="net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.ui"
+ class="net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.ui.actions.OpenNewProjectWizard"/>
+ <description>
+ The first thing you will need is a Haskell Project. (If you already
+ have one in your workspace that you would like to use, you may skip
+ this step with the &quot;Click to Skip&quot; button.) Select File &gt; New &gt;
+ Haskell Project. The
+ &quot;New Haskell Project&quot; wizard is automatically displayed when you
+ click the &quot;Click to Perform&quot; button. Just enter the project name, leaving the "Executable" checkbox selected.
+ </description>
+</item>
+
+<item
+ href="/net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.doc.user/html/haskell/userGuide/wizards.html#newModule"
+ title="Write some code in the Main module"
+ skip="true">
+ <description>
+ Open the src/Main.hs file under your project (it was created for you) and replace "undefined" by some code, for example <b>putStrLn &quot;Hello world!&quot;</b>.
+ Once you save the file, it is automatically compiled and linked if your workspace preferences are set to "Build automatically". If not, right click on your project and choose <b>Build Project</b>
+ To create a new module, use the File &gt; New &gt; Haskell module action.
+ </description>
+</item>
+
+<item
+ href="/net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.doc.user/html/haskell/gettingStarted.html#run"
+ title="Launch the executable">
+ <description>
+ Right-click your project and choose Run As &gt; Haskell Application
+ from the context menu. &apos;Hello world!&apos; should be printed in your
+ &quot;Console&quot; view.
+ </description>
+</item>
+
+<item
+ href="/net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.doc.user/html/haskell/userGuide/haddock.html"
+ title="Generate documentation (Haddock)">
+ <description>
+ If you want to use Haddock to generate documentation from your sources,
+ you can run it from the Haddock Export Wizard. You have to annotate your
+ sources first. See the Help for more details.
+ </description>
+</item>
+
+</cheatsheet>

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