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ML plugins anyone? [message #64313] Wed, 19 May 2004 11:17 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: cpklapper.yahoo.com

Is anyone working on plugins for any of the variants of ML (INRIA's ML,
Standard ML, CaML, etc.)? I saw an interesting paper on adding an
interactive programming environment(using the REPL) to Eclipse (the Dr.
Java plugin) and was wondering whether this was being applied to ML as
well. For that matter it could be applied to what is probably the
granddaddy of all IPEs: APL.
Re: ML plugins anyone? [message #65484 is a reply to message #64313] Thu, 26 August 2004 07:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: anders_biehl.yahoo.com

I searched a lot about two years ago, and found none.

:o(
-Anders

"Carl Klapper" <cpklapper@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:c8ftpk$on3$1@eclipse.org...
> Is anyone working on plugins for any of the variants of ML (INRIA's ML,
> Standard ML, CaML, etc.)? I saw an interesting paper on adding an
> interactive programming environment(using the REPL) to Eclipse (the Dr.
> Java plugin) and was wondering whether this was being applied to ML as
> well. For that matter it could be applied to what is probably the
> granddaddy of all IPEs: APL.
>
>
Re: ML plugins anyone? [message #65525 is a reply to message #64313] Mon, 30 August 2004 07:48 Go to previous message
Mike Wilson is currently offline Mike Wilson
Messages: 21
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I would be keen to hear about an Eclipse based APL, or for that matter,
any decent free APL.

McQ.

On 2004-05-19 11:17:08 -0400, cpklapper@yahoo.com (Carl Klapper) said:

> Is anyone working on plugins for any of the variants of ML (INRIA's ML,
> Standard ML, CaML, etc.)? I saw an interesting paper on adding an
> interactive programming environment(using the REPL) to Eclipse (the Dr.
> Java plugin) and was wondering whether this was being applied to ML as
> well. For that matter it could be applied to what is probably the
> granddaddy of all IPEs: APL.
Re: ML plugins anyone? [message #598000 is a reply to message #64313] Thu, 26 August 2004 07:15 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: anders_biehl.yahoo.com

I searched a lot about two years ago, and found none.

:o(
-Anders

"Carl Klapper" <cpklapper@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:c8ftpk$on3$1@eclipse.org...
> Is anyone working on plugins for any of the variants of ML (INRIA's ML,
> Standard ML, CaML, etc.)? I saw an interesting paper on adding an
> interactive programming environment(using the REPL) to Eclipse (the Dr.
> Java plugin) and was wondering whether this was being applied to ML as
> well. For that matter it could be applied to what is probably the
> granddaddy of all IPEs: APL.
>
>
Re: ML plugins anyone? [message #598012 is a reply to message #64313] Mon, 30 August 2004 07:48 Go to previous message
Mike Wilson is currently offline Mike Wilson
Messages: 21
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I would be keen to hear about an Eclipse based APL, or for that matter,
any decent free APL.

McQ.

On 2004-05-19 11:17:08 -0400, cpklapper@yahoo.com (Carl Klapper) said:

> Is anyone working on plugins for any of the variants of ML (INRIA's ML,
> Standard ML, CaML, etc.)? I saw an interesting paper on adding an
> interactive programming environment(using the REPL) to Eclipse (the Dr.
> Java plugin) and was wondering whether this was being applied to ML as
> well. For that matter it could be applied to what is probably the
> granddaddy of all IPEs: APL.
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