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This is Yaham, Yet Another HAskell Mode for GNU Emacs. It has a different focus than the Moss haskell-mode that's normally used nowadays. Yaham strives, first and foremost, to integrate well with the rest of Emacs and respect the Emacs ecosystem. This is because I still use languages different from Haskell --- python, shell, Makefiles, even C ...) and see no end to this predicament. To my knowledge, Yaham completely and correctly handles all of Haskell's unusual lexical syntax - both line and nested comments, overloading of single quote and backslash, strings including gaps. There should be no runaway string or comment highlighting or broken cursor movement across these elements. If you find a broken case, please report it on Github including the relevant piece of Haskell. Things that are still missing but are high priority to add: * texinfo documentation (for now, please explore the menus and keybindings) Things that are very low priority (i.e. probably won't be added): * Bird style literate source handling * XEmacs compatibility kludges To use or try it, * download http://primate.net/~itz/packages/yaham_*.git * unpack * read the LICENSE (yes, please do) * copy *.el files to your local Elisp directory * optionally, byte-compile * add the following to your Emacs initialization (load-library "yaham-autoloads") (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.hs\\'" . yaham-mode)) ;; or if you have Hugs, you can do this: ;; (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.hs\\'" . yaham-hugs-mode)) ;; or if you have Ghc, you can do this: ;; (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.hs\\'" . yaham-ghc-mode)) Alternatively, if you're on a Debian or Ubuntu system, download the yaham_*.dsc file from the same location, and then do the following usual steps for building and installing a Debian package: dpkg-source -x yaham_*.dsc ( cd yaham-* ; sudo make -f debian/rules binary ) sudo dpkg --install yaham_*.deb Please post problem reports and patches via Github. Peace, Ian.