On 11/14/2017 11:04 AM, Samuel Tay wrote: > Hasktags generates pretty much all the tags you want relevant to > your project. If you have git submodules, forks of other projects > locally, etc. then you can pass these directly via the CLI, e.g. > > hasktags -b "src deps/package1 deps/package2 /some/other/location" > > Another cool tool built off hasktags is haskdogs, which recursively > generates tags. Might only be for stack projects, and also might > only be viable for smaller projects, but I use it locally and it's > awesome! You'll get jump-to for all of base as well (you get sent to > some file in your .stack-work directory). > > https://hackage.haskell.org/package/hasktags > https://hackage.haskell.org/package/haskdogs
Thanks, I'm gonna try this out! haskdogs sounds like it's solving a similar problem to codex. Any insight to their relative strengths and weaknesses?
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