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Can't specify comments? #85

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toovs opened this Issue Jan 13, 2012 · 3 comments

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toovs commented Jan 13, 2012

I'm trying to use rocco for haskell, but the resulting page is just blank.

Here's my simple file:

-- foo
main = putStrLn "bar"

when running rocco and specifying "--" as the comment chars, all I get is a blank page (with myfile.hs at the top). If I don't specify the comments, and replace "--" with "#" in the source code, it works fine.

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yumitsu Jan 17, 2012

Did you tried to specify source language explicitly?

yumitsu commented Jan 17, 2012

Did you tried to specify source language explicitly?

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toovs Jan 17, 2012

yes I have. does it work for you with the sample file above and specifying haskell?

toovs commented Jan 17, 2012

yes I have. does it work for you with the sample file above and specifying haskell?

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U-238 Mar 10, 2012

I just open a pull request fixing this issue:
#90

Just pull from there so you can start using rocco for haskell. Hope this solves it for you.

U-238 commented Mar 10, 2012

I just open a pull request fixing this issue:
#90

Just pull from there so you can start using rocco for haskell. Hope this solves it for you.

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