GHCi fails to print type signatures containing non ascii characters on Windows #9

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schernichkin opened this Issue Apr 17, 2012 · 2 comments

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For example typing ":t control" will lead to message:

control
:: MonadBaseControl b m =>
(Control.Monad.Trans.Control.RunInBase m b
-> b (Control.Monad.Trans.Control.StM m *** Exception: :hPutChar: invalid argument (invalid character)

This makes working with library less comfortable. Since not all terminals support unicode, I suggest to refrain from the use of unicode in type signatures.

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Thanks for notifying me about this problem.

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basvandijk commented Apr 20, 2012

Thanks for notifying me about this problem.

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I uploaded a fix to Hackage.

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basvandijk commented Apr 20, 2012

I uploaded a fix to Hackage.

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