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Hoogle​Search

by Penny Chase ST3

Hoogle Search (haskell documentation) for sublime text 3

Labels haskell, hoogle

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Hoogle Search

Hoogle, the Haskell API search engine, integrated into Sublime Text.

Installation

Install using Package Control:

  1. Run the Package Control: Install Package command
  2. Search for Hoogle Search and install

Usage

Perform a Hoogle search by:

  1. Run Hoogle Search: Search in the command palette
  2. Enter a Hoogle search query in the query panel (e.g., a function name, a data type, or a type signature).
  3. Select a function or data type from the results
  4. Press Enter to see the full documentation from Hackage in your browser

Note that you can restrict searches to specific packages or modules, or exclude specific packages or modules, by prefixing the search with a +[package|module] or -[package|module] E.g., +base [a] -> [a] only searches base and -base [a] -> [a] excludes base from the search.

Search Hoogle on selected text by:

  1. Select some text or place the cursor in a word
  2. Run Hoogle Search: Search Selection in the command palette
  3. Select a function or data type from the results
  4. Press Enter to see the full documentation from Hackage in your browser

Key Bindings

You may want to create key bindings to run these commands. Add a setting like this to your .sublime-keymap file by choosing Preferences > KeyBindings or running Preferences: Key Bindings in the command palette:

[
     { "keys": ["primary-alt+shift+h"], 
       "command": "hoogle_search"},

     { "keys": ["alt+shift+h"], 
       "command": "hoogle_search_selection"}
]

Demo

How to

Credits

Original author: S4wny Current maintainer: Penny Chase

Support

If there are any problems or you have suggestions, open an issue.