[Geany] ANN: New Release: Geany 0.14

Enrico Tröger enrico.troeger at xxxxx
Sat Apr 19 13:01:53 UTC 2008

On Sun, 20 Apr 2008 00:16:16 +1200, Andy Elvey
<andy.elvey at paradise.net.nz> wrote:

> Enrico Tröger wrote:
> > Hi all,
> >
> > Geany 0.14 is available!
> >
> > [...]
> >   
>   Great!  Thanks very much, Enrico (and all others who've
> contributed... :)  )
You should thank Nick at least in the same way as me...he did most of
work ;-). And of course, the contributors.

> I'm getting into some simple Haskell coding at the moment.  I'm using 
> GHC 6.8.2 (the most recent release, I believe). 
> That seems to have two ways of running Haskell code, as follows (say
> I have a program called prog.hs )
> $  runhaskell prog.hs
> Or....
> $  ghc --make prog.hs   ( You then execute the binary with "./prog" ) 
"ghc --make prog.hs" should work, this is the default compile command
in Geany for Haskell files.

> Geany lists the make program as /usr/bin/make (which is ok, that's 
> standard).  What I'm wondering is - how should I change that to run
> my Haskell code in Geany?
You don't need to change the make command, it's completely independent
from the problem.

> ( I should mention that when I open my Haskell program, both the 
> "compile" and "execute" buttons are greyed out. ) 
This is the real problem.
Start Geany on a console with the command line option "-d" to enable
some debug messages and check whether Geany complains about a file
filetypes.haskell which can't be opened.

> ( p.s. - If (on replying to this) you don't get an immediate reply
> back from me, it'll be because I'm popping off to bed any minute now
> - it's not because I'm ungrateful...;) It's getting late here... ;) )
Good night ;-).
Or better good morning when you read this...


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