(link to JDT instead of explaining what it is)
Revision as of 15:17, 2 September 2011
EclipseFP is an Haskell-IDE based on Eclipse.
Its goal is to provide a full-featured IDE that mimics the Eclipse JDT. Some implemented features are support for code assistance, auto-building, refactoring and structural search. The complete list of features is available here.
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We welcome any suggestions from the community. You can find information about the development of the plug-in and how to contact the authors in the website.
2.1 Wish list
Here's my own list, more or less in priorities order (edit: added DONE in those that are already implemented):
- background compilation with errors highlighting DONE
- integration with WinHugs
- syntax highlighting DONE, including highlighting of bracket's pair
- ability to "fall in" definition of identifier under cursor, including multi-level ability to return back (with support for base libraries, libraries i installed and current project)
- fast access to help about identifier DONE
- auto-deriving of type signatures for global identifiers (adding signatures, that compiler will infer, to the source file) DONE
- automatic management of import lists DONE
- one-key inclusion/exclusion of items in module export list DONE
- project management based on Cabal file DONE
- auto-indenting with user-tuned style