You know when you run `git commit`, and an editor pops open so you can enter a commit message? This is a Haskell library that does that. https://hackage.haskell.org/package/editor-open
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You know when you run
git commit, and an editor pops open so you can enter a
commit message? This is a Haskell library that does that.
This library isn't very portable. It relies on the
variable. The concept only exists on *nix systems.
If you're using this library, I assume you're familiar with the basic infrastructure of Haskell programs. If not, check out Bitemyapp's guide.
editor-open to the
build-depends: field in your project's
Alternatively, you can just do a one-off installation with:
cabal install editor-open
pharpendon FreeNode and OFTC
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