Can't get things to work. It is normal to learn haskell with plain vim?

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  • tilapia

    Improving all Haskell's programmer interfaces

    If you're on Windows and you're feeling brave you could try these new instructions developed by a collaborator of mine over at the tilapia project. If anything goes wrong with those instructions then please put a message on the pull request describing what the problem was and we'll try to get it fixed.

  • nixkell

    A simple Nix-Haskell skeleton

    I've actually just started a small side-project trying to replicate the UX of stack with nix: https://github.com/pwm/nixkell

  • Scout APM

    Less time debugging, more time building. Scout APM allows you to find and fix performance issues with no hassle. Now with error monitoring and external services monitoring, Scout is a developer's best friend when it comes to application development.

  • ghcid

    Very low feature GHCi based IDE

    I just went through the same thing. I settled on using stack and ghcid. All it does is recompile on any change to source code so you at least get lightning fast feedback. Both stack and ghcid have been easy to install and use so far.

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