* Shaun Cutts <shaun@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> [2008-03-22 02:20:38-0400]
> I am an experienced programmer, currently learning Haskell. Currently I
> write many things in python. I use both the "doctest" and "unittest" modules
> extensively. As I write code, I simultaneously write doctest code in the doc
> strings to explain/set out the "typical narrative" of how the code is used.
> Then finishing off a module I write unittests for boundary conditions, more
> complex test cases, and generally code that would be annoying to write &
> read in doctests.
> I note that there is a unit testing framework for Haskell, but I don't see
> any doctest module. Might this be a good project?
> If so, suggestions as to resources would be greatly appreciated. I believe I
> can't just "introspect" Haskell modules to get at documentation/comments,
> like I can in python? (Why not? :)) I notice that there are a few
> "documentation generators". Should I try to write an extension of one of
> these? Haddock, for instance? Are there any Haddock developers hanging out
> on this list, to encourage or dissuade me? :) (And where is the Haddock doc
> for Haddock?)
> In any case, thanks in advance for any comments & advice.
> - Shaun Cutts
Did you try haddock?
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