This package provides a way to interact with
ghci (or, alternatively,
cabal repl or
stack ghci) from Atom.
ide-haskell-repl will try to automatically select the correct repl backend (
ghci) based on current builder chosen in
ide-haskell-cabal. You can choose
none builder to use
ghci in plain projects (a.k.a. projects with no
ide-haskell-cabal is unavailable (e.g. disabled), ide-haskell-repl will fall back to
defaultRepl specified in settings.
On Windows, interrupting ghci will kill it. There is no good solution to this problem at the moment, but there is a “bad” solution.
You need to get
ghci-wrapper.exe executable from https://github.com/atom-haskell/win-ghci-wrapper/releases (or if you don’t trust random binaries you’ve downloaded from the Internet, you can build it from source – you only really need ghc for that)
Then you need to specify full path to this executable in
ghciWrapperPath setting of this package.
For example, if you placed
C:\Downloads directory, you need to put
Finally, restart any open REPL sessions.
To send command, or move through history, you can use the following commands when focused on repl command editor:
Note that this commands are bound specifically to repl editor, which has CSS selector of
You can rebind those in your keymap, e.g.
"atom-text-editor.ide-haskell-repl": 'ctrl-enter': 'ide-haskell-repl:exec-command' 'ctrl-up': 'ide-haskell-repl:history-back' 'ctrl-down': 'ide-haskell-repl:history-forward'
Just don’t forget to disable default bindings in ide-haskell-repl settings, if you don’t want them.