Subject: Haskell-mode 2.1
Date: Monday 7th November 2005 20:29:02 UTC (over 12 years ago)
Haskell-mode 2.0 is now almost a year old, so I thought it was time to make a new release. You can find it at http://www-perso.iro.umontreal.ca/~monnier/elisp/ This release has few visible changes. Most of the changes are in the haskell-indent module. Those changes have not been heavily tested, buyer beware: you get what you pay for.The intention is to make indentation work better, but it's not always easy to guarantee forward progress. Some of the changes have to do with making sure that the correct indentation is among the provided indentation points (e.g. the `let' without `in' in the `do' notation) while others try to trim the number of indentation points (e.g. `in' has only one possible indentation point), and yet others allow finer control (e.g. the haskell-indent-after-keywords variable which allows to indent each branch of a `case' (or `where') by some 2 spaces). Please report any unexpected behavior. See appended the NEWS file that describes some of the noteworthy changes. Stefan Changes since 2.0: * inf-haskell uses ghci if hugs is absent. * Fix up some binding conflicts (C-c C-o in haskell-doc) * Many (hopefully minor) changes to the indentation. * New symbols in haskell-font-lock-symbols-alist.