December 7th, 2010

Today just the small release of a spotlight plugin CtagSpotlight which allow spotlight, the search module of Mac OS X, to index many of your source code and search specific element in it.


October 15th, 2010

I almost forgot, A software I made with Fabien Donius, AutoSummary, a PowerPoint 2010 Plug-in.

The idea is to give some function of LaTeX’s beamer module to powerpoint, it’s a shareware with a fair price (7€). Give it a shot

AutoSummary screenshot

Eq 1.0

October 11th, 2010

Eq 1.0 has been released, it’s now Open Source and available on Github/Hackage and some binary will follow.

SupaView 1.0

October 9th, 2010

I made a new utility for mac called SupaView, to help you find big files in your hard disk.

The software is free (as in beer for the moment), but donation can be made.

Eq – Beta

January 9th, 2010

I’m publishing the first beta of my project, a tiny formula manipulation program, which can perform manipulation inside source code or as a calculator on the command line. You can find samples, explaination on the documentation page.

The first version only run on Microsoft Windows and Linux in the command line. Next version should be available on OSX, and a GUI for Windows will follow.


Not available anymore, check for version 1.0.


CodeOverview – RockScroll for gVim

December 16th, 2009

Grab it on Vim.org

.net using an Haskell DLL

October 15th, 2009

The previous post on Eq! shown an application using a bridge between two worlds : Haskell and .net. While there exists library to use .net objects from Haskell (like hs-dotnet), there is no documentation on how to use Haskell from .net.

An obvious and seemingly easy solution is to go to the Dll route, GHC can make those on windows, .net is good at importing functions in dll. An easy trip in perspective!

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OCaml in CTags 5.8

July 9th, 2009

OCaml support is now in CTags svn repository accessible here : svn co https://ctags.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/ctags ctags

It will be released with CTags 5.8 which should be released soon (within the month). CTags can be downloaded on his website. The final version of the parser is cleaner in it’s output tags and their contexts, and is fully usable with vim and the taglist plugin.

OCaml support for Ctags

April 7th, 2009

Hi, today a post to share a customized version of Ctags with OCaml support. If you don’t know what Ctags is, you may not want to look at this post. Unless you really, really (did I mention really?) want to be bored.

For the few Windows OCaml user, just download ctags57_with_ocaml, and put it where you want, maybe in your Windows/System32 folder, or in your path.

For Linux/Unix/other user, the patch to integrate OCaml is here. It must be applied against Ctag 5.7 avaible there. Then you have to use some magic incantation to extract/apply patch/compile/install. Good luck with that =]

With a bit of luck, next official version of ctags will support OCaml out of the box.

Zenburn theme for windows’s cmd

March 4th, 2009

CMD with a zenburn theme

Today a skin to avoid eye bleeding during work. Adaptation of the famous zenburn theme for vim. To install it, you just have to apply the reg file below.