Haskell IDE written in Haskell http://www.leksah.org
|Latest on Hackage:||0.15.2.0|
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Leksah, an Integrated Development Environment for Haskell
Leksah aims to integrate various Haskell development tools to provide a practical and pleasant development environment. The user interface is a mix of GTK+ and WebKit based components.
Documentation can be found on leksah.org.
Requirements: ghc >= 7.8.3 cabal >= 1.18
You can get Leksah up and running quickly on Windows and OS X using the official binaries.
Some Linux distributions include Leksah packages, but building from source on Linux is normally relatively easy.
Building From Source
Building on Linux
Install the GtkSourceView and WebKitGtk development packages for your distribution:
sudo apt-get install libgtksourceview-3.0-dev libwebkitgtk-3.0-dev
$HOME/.cabal/bin is in your
cabal update cabal install Cabal cabal-install cabal install regex-tdfa-text --ghc-options=-XFlexibleContexts cabal install alex happy cabal install gtk2hs-buildtools cabal install leksah leksah
Building on OS X
$HOME/Libraries/Haskell/bin are in your
To avoid a dependency on X11 add the following to
-x11 +no_x11 +quartz +gtk3
Use MacPorts to install
rsync (sometimes it stops to ask for these to be
activated so if you do them first it might help):
sudo port install python27 rsync
Use MacPorts to install GHC and the C libraries needed by Leksah (this will take a long time):
sudo port install ghc gtk3 webkit-gtk3 gtksourceview3 gtk-osx-application-gtk3 adwaita-icon-theme
Update Cabal and cabal-install
cabal update cabal install Cabal cabal-install
Make sure the right
cabal made it into your
Check that the versions match the ones you just installed (if not check the symbolic links in
cabal install regex-tdfa-text --ghc-options=-XFlexibleContexts cabal install alex happy cabal install gtk2hs-buildtools cabal install leksah leksah
Building on Windows
Update MinGW if necessary. The GHC installers currently come with old versions of
MinGW and you will probably need to replace it with one that comes with gcc 4.8.1.
The current 64bit GHC installer seems to be happy to work with newer MinGW.
It may not be possible to use the current 32bit GHC installers at all.
Make sure you replace MinGW so that GHC will find the new one (just adding
it to the
PATH will not work). The MinGW used by GHC is typically in a location
C:\Program Files\MinGHC-7.10.1\ghc-7.10.1\mingw. Move it out of the way
and put a newer one in its place.
Install the C libraries needed by Leksah. The easiest way to do this is to install Leksah using the MSI files. They include pkg-config and all the C libraries needed.
%APPDATA%\cabal\bin are in your
PATH and build:
cabal update cabal install Cabal cabal install alex happy cabal install gtk2hs-buildtools cabal install leksah leksah
Building Leksah for Windows using Docker
It may seem crazy, but this is currently the best way to bootstrap Leksah for Windows from source. This is mostly because Fedora and SUSE have a much more complete set of MinGW packages than any thing else (including Windows).
Get the leksah source:
git clone https://github.com/leksah/leksah cd leksah git submodule update --init
Get the Fedora 22 docker image and load it:
wget http://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/fedora/linux/releases/22/Docker/x86_64/Fedora-Docker-Base-22-20150521.x86_64.tar.xz sudo docker load -i Fedora-Docker-Base-22-20150521.x86_64.tar.xz
Build Leksah using the Dockerfile:
sudo docker build -t leksah/build .
Copy the resulting msi file out of the container (version number in the file name will match the one in the leksah.cabal file):
sudo docker run --rm --volume $HOME/output:/output leksah/build cp /leksah/win32/leksah-0.15.0.1-ghc-7.10.1.msi /output