Making Code Speak

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Vim as a Haskell IDE

I’ve started getting into Haskell recently, and, coincidentally, I’ve also gotten back into Vim. In the process, I’ve been pleased to discover some surprisingly excellent Haskell plugins for Vim.

And not Haskell-related, but also pretty spiffy, and good for use with the above:

Of the many features offered by modern IDEs, I’ve always seen one that can make them better to use than mere text editors: a deep, built-in awareness of language syntax. With these plugins, I feel like Vim has that. It knows Haskell, and will help me write and understand it. I’m hooked.

posted by Moss on 08 January 2014