Haskell with vim-now by Alejandro Baez
Sort of got tired of doing the whole setup of Haskell each time I wanted to
run a new build. So I ended up deciding to use docker for the good ol' purpose.
Nothing too advance, uses haskell-vim-now
for the texteditor/ide setup on vim.
You can see the auto configurations already for vim under
you want to edit, please by all means do so. :)
To run the container as a base for your docker builds, just tweak how you will
the Dockerfile like the example below:
FROM abaez/haskell ADD <your own vimrc.local> /root/.vimrc.local
To run directly through /bin/bash, first run something similar to below:
docker run -it -v "<your project>:/project" abaez/haskell-vim-now /bin/bash
Afterwards, open vim and run
:VundleUpdate for an update of plugins
associated with your build.
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