You can clone with
Seems to be much faster than ghc-mod ...
I was so proud of finding this and what happens? The darn community has already found it :D
Nice idea, we should have a look at it.
At least I can contribute the link: https://github.com/bitc/hdevtools
Integrate hdevtools #30
hdevtools is very fast, cool
Does it only work on Unix?
hdevtools-0.1.0.5 depends on unix-22.214.171.124 which failed to install. unix-126.96.36.199 failed during the building phase.
You can get my fork http://github.com/mvoidex/hdevtools
I'm a noob.
I get this
Warning: The package list for 'hackage.haskell.org' is 22 days old.
Run 'cabal update' to get the latest list of available packages.
Preprocessing executable 'hdevtools' for hdevtools-0.1.0.5...
[ 7 of 10] Compiling Daemonize ( src\Daemonize.hs, dist\build\hdevtools\hdevtools-tmp\Daemonize.o )
src\Daemonize.hs:27:16: Not in scope: `getExecutablePath'
cabal.exe: Error: some packages failed to install:
hdevtools-0.1.0.5 failed during the building phase. The exception was:
when trying to install your fork,
could you tell me what I should do to make it work?
Anything else I need to do other than cabal install hdevtools.cabal?
cabal install hdevtools.cabal
No, 'cabal install' should work, something with dependencies, I'll try to fix it soon.
@mvoidex any idea how to get my base library the getExecutablePath function? then you won't have to fix anything. ( I think it belongs to base, from my google result )
@princemaple, this base goes with ghc 7.6.*, I don't think you can just install it.
I'll try to make workaround.
Also, hdevtools is not necessary, it can be disabled without loss in functionality.
@mvoidex OK, Thanks!
@mvoidex Will this be automatically fixed when 2013.2 is released?http://trac.haskell.org/haskell-platform/wiki/ReleaseTimetable
Can't find which ghc version will be in 2013.2.
This will be fixed with ghc >= 7.6.1
As workaround, you can try to use getProgName instead of getExecutablePath
It may work if hdevtools is in PATH.
HP2013 came with 7.6.3 :) @mvoidex your fork works now