is a powerful interactive shell for the Haskell programming language. It provides the user with the ability to evaluate Haskell expressions, create and manipulate Haskell expressions, and interact with the environment. With its simple and intuitive interface, WinGhci allows users to quickly and efficiently develop, test, and debug their Haskell programs. WinGhci is free to download and use, making it an ideal tool for both experienced and novice Haskell programmers.
WinGhci provides an easy-to-use graphical interface for running Haskell scripts on Windows.
• Easy to use GUI: WinGhci has a simple and intuitive graphical user interface, making it easy for users to get started quickly. The GUI includes a text editor
and interactive console, allowing users to easily create, edit, and execute Haskell expressions.
• Syntax highlighting: WinGhci supports syntax highlighting for Haskell code. This helps to improve code readability and makes it easier to identify and correct errors.
• IntelliSense support: WinGhci supports IntelliSense, a code completion feature. IntelliSense helps to speed up programming by providing users with a list of suggested keywords and functions as they type.
• Auto indentation: WinGhci automatically indents code, making it easier to read and debug.
• Code formatting: WinGhci can automatically format Haskell code to make it more readable.
• Type inference: WinGhci can infer the types of Haskell expressions and help users to understand the type of a value or expression.
• Debugging: WinGhci has a built-in debugger, allowing users to step through their code and inspect variables.
• Interactive REPL: WinGhci includes an interactive REPL (read-eval-print loop), allowing users to quickly evaluate Haskell expressions.
• Comprehensive documentation: WinGhci includes comprehensive documentation, making it easy for users to get started.
• Cross-platform support: WinGhci is available for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
• Free to use: WinGhci is free to download and use, making it an ideal tool for both experienced and novice Haskell programmers.