Projects / Hashell


Hashell is a shell written in Haskell and which is intended to provide a set of abstractions that allow you to use Haskell as a shell programming language for your daily administration tasks. Hashell works like a kind of a layer between a command line prompt and the Glasgow Haskell Compiler RTS, so the user can mix expressions of both enviromments together in a very uniform way.


Recent releases

  •  08 Jan 2006 14:12

    Release Notes: Part of the parsing is now done with Parsec. A new exception handler was added for Haskell expression evaluation, fixing a bug that aborted the program. Redirection of standard error was added. A bug with the 'quit' built-in command was fixed. Number identifiers were added to the redirection operators. Preliminary support for environment variables was added. Some small bugs were fixed.

    •  27 Dec 2005 00:46

      No changes have been submitted for this release.


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