Lexical Error In String/character Literal Utf-8 Decoding Error
Haddock needs to be updated too. Prelude>Êîäèðîâêà èñõîäíèêà Func.hs ANSI. Ïîìîãëî èçìåíèòü êîäèðîâêó èñõîäíèêà íà UTF-8 Èñõîäíèê:Haskell1 2 3 4 switch 'a' = "Ðóññêèé òåêñò" switch 'b' = "Äðóãîé òåñò" switch 'c' = "Ñîâñåì äðóãîé òåêñò" switch If you need to do I/O in a different encoding, I'm afraid you'll have to code it up yourself right now, or use some other library (there are packed string libraries No you don't pass UTF-8 strings to it, you pass Haskell Unicode Strings (and Gtk2Hs converts that into UTF-8 as Gtk+ expects). > But how to define them in source file? weblink
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" x So The first stage in compiling a Haskell module is lexical analysis, in which your program text is broken up into tokens that are then processed by the parser. If you're using emacs, it's pretty easy to default to UTF-8 for haskell source files, BTW.
Full text and rfc822 format available. If you're desperate you can use a hack like this: map chr [0x647,0x644,32,0x62A,0x62C,0x62F,0x646,32] Or if you read text in from a file then you could decode that into a String. p <- panel f  file <- menuPane [text := fileMenu] mclose <- menuItem file [text := exitMenu] ... ¤³¤Î¥Õ¥¡¥¤¥ë¤ò ¡ÖEUC-JP¤ÇÊÝÂ¸¡×¤·¡¢¥³¥ó¥Ñ¥¤¥ë¤·¤Æ¼Â¹Ô¤¹¤ë¤È¡¢ title,fileMenu¤Ê¤É¤Ë¤Ï¡ÖSJIS¡×¤ÎÊ¸»úÎó¤¬Æþ¤ë¤³¤È¤Ë¤Ê¤ë¡£ eucToSjis¤Ï¼¡¤Î¤è¤¦¤ËÅ¬Åö¤Ëºî¤Ã¤¿¡£ ¤¢¤ó¤Þ¤ê¤Á¤ã¤ó¤ÈÀµ¤·¤¤¤«³Î¤«¤á¤Æ¤Ê¤¤¡£ module CCode where import Data.Char eucToSjis :: Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 63 Star 653 Fork 352 haskell/cabal Code Issues 719 Pull requests 33 Projects
I really did this as an experiment to see if anyone complained, because it will be more work to implement other encodings. The easiest way for us to handle encodings other than UTF-8 is for it to be a new preprocessing step, running 'iconv'. (but what do we do on Windows? It came to occur after I failed to install HXT. (I am not sure it is related.) Workaround By setting set LANG=C in command line, cabal comes to work. What happens if one brings more than 10,000 USD with them into the US?
Duncan's diagnosis was correct. You're welcome to contribute! John -- John Meacham - â‘†repetae.netâ‘†johnâ‘ˆ _______________________________________________ Glasgow-haskell-users mailing list [hidden email] http://www.haskell.org/mailman/listinfo/glasgow-haskell-users Marcin 'Qrczak' Kowalczyk Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content This Site We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox.
No you don't pass UTF-8 strings to it, you pass Haskell Unicode Strings (and Gtk2Hs converts that into UTF-8 as Gtk+ expects). > But how to define them in source file? As this is illegal lexical syntax, it then complained about the encountered end of line ('\r'). These files can then no longer be compiled by earlier ghcs (though I don't understand, how ghc-6.4.1 recognises the lexical error). flip) 4 lambdabot1 glguyquicksilver: yeah is it down?
About the archive rebuild: The rebuild was done on about 50 AMD64 nodes of the Grid'5000 platform, using a clean chroot containing a sid i386 environment. Here is a patch. done. I am very very new to haskell meaning I'm in a 2 credit course that teaches us the very basics of functions and we have a professor that only gives us
linking ... have a peek at these guys That is, instead of beginnings :: String -> String beginnings str = unwords $ map tag ch where tag x | isPrefixOf "**" x = "" ++ (tail $ tail x) I get "lexical error in > string/character > literal" message then compiling using GHC-6.4.1. > > I tried to bypass it by using koi8-r in sources and converting strings to > GBiz is too! Latest News Stories: Docker 1.0Heartbleed Redux: Another Gaping Wound in Web Encryption UncoveredThe Next Circle of Hell: Unpatchable SystemsGit 2.0.0 ReleasedThe Linux Foundation Announces Core Infrastructure
diff -u bnfc-2.2/formats/haskell2/CFtoAlex2.hs bnfc-2.2/formats/haskell2/CFtoAlex2.hs --- bnfc-2.2/formats/haskell2/CFtoAlex2.hs +++ bnfc-2.2/formats/haskell2/CFtoAlex2.hs @@ -201,19 +201,19 @@ "alexMove (Pn a l c) _ = Pn (a+1) l (c+1)", "", "type AlexInput = (Posn, -- current position,", linking ... I know of Eclipse and hIDE. http://jvmwriter.org/lexical-error/lexical-error-in-string-character-literal-at-character.html batterseapower reopened this Apr 14, 2013 Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub.
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tibbe closed this Jan 28, 2013 batterseapower commented Apr 14, 2013 This actually is a bug and is still happening.
Then it encountered the end of line 17 without the literal begin properly terminated with a closing double quote or any indication of the string literal being a multiline string literal. I'm strongly against that: it gives an > illusion that Latin1 works, but it breaks in very rare cases. gmail ! Could someone tell me what is wrong with my friend's program? > > import System.IO > > main= do > outh <- openFile "garb.tsm" WriteMode > hPutStrLn outh "A fa ade
That's because, as I said, that a String in Haskell is supposed to be Unicode (in USC-4 encoding) and Gtk2Hs interprets it as such, so if you read in UTF-8 text If you restrict > yourself to Latin-1 characters in string literals, then I/O will work as > expected (i.e. How to use color ramp with torus Why aren't there direct flights connecting Honolulu, Hawaii and London, UK? this content You signed in with another tab or window.
done. She writes her scripts in Clean, > and needs to compile them before using them to generate postscript diagrams. I have it completed or at least I think i Do but I'm getting the following error Haskell Error lexical error in string/character literal at character ' \r' I have no If you restrict yourself to Latin-1 characters in string literals, then I/O will work as expected (i.e.
I guess what you're saying is that this is a problem for > you, and your life would be easier if we supported Latin-1 as an > encoding for source files