The leksah package

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An Integrated Development Environment for Haskell written in Haskell.

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Dependenciesarray (>=, base (>= && <=5), binary (>=0.4.4), bytestring (>=, Cabal (>=, containers (>=, directory (>=, filepath (>=, ghc (>=6.10.1), glib (>=0.10), gtk (>=0.10), gtksourceview2 (>=0.10.0), mtl (>=, old-time (>=, parsec (>=, pretty (>=, process (>=, regex-base (==, regex-compat (>=, regex-posix (>=, unix (>=, utf8-string (>=, Win32 (>= [details]
Copyright2007-2009 Juergen Nicklisch-Franken, Hamish Mackenzie
AuthorJuergen Nicklisch-Franken, Hamish Mackenzie
CategoryDevelopment, IDE, Editor
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UploadedWed Jul 22 19:42:07 UTC 2009 by JuergenNicklischFranken
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Readme for leksah-0.6.1

Leksah, an Integrated Development Environment for Haskell

This is Leksah, a hopefully practical tool to support the Haskell development process.

Leksah uses GTK+ as GUI Toolkit with the gtk2hs binding. It is plattform independend
and should run on any plattform where GTK+, gtk2hs and ghc can be installed.
It is currently been tested on Linux, Mac and Windows. It uses the Cabal package management
and build system for Package Management. It currently only supports the Glasgow Haskell Compiler (ghc).

Documentation can be found on

System Requirements

Leksah currently requires:
    GHC version 6.10.x
    gtk2hs 0.10.x
    other dependencies see cabal file

Leksah works better if you install GHC and additional packages with sources

If you are a user or just test Leksah, we would appreciate to here from you.

Please send questions and suggestions to the developers