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CLI and the ECMA C# language specifications. This implementation builds and runs on Windows XP, and you can also compile and run it on other operating systems such as Linux or Mac OS X. This implementation is ideal if you really want to get under the covers and see what s going on; however, you may find it more difficult to use than .NET, so you re probably best off sticking with .NET while reading this book.
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If you use the alternative-install.bat batch file, Visual Studio integration will not be installed. For installing Visual Studio integration, two further batch files are available, alternative-install-vs2003.bat and alternative-install-vs2005.bat. Please note that at the time of this writing the free Express Editions of Visual Studio do not support plug-ins, so you cannot use F# integration with them.
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Installing F# on Linux
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It s difficult to write a simple guide to installing F# on Linux, because there are so many different distributions of Linux and so many ways you can configure them. The following are the steps that worked well for me running SUSE Linux on a single computer. I performed all these steps as the root account. 1. Install Mono using the packages provided with the SUSE Linux distribution; you can find these by searching for mono and then sharp in the Install Software dialog box available from the Computer menu. 2. Unpack the F# distribution, and copy the resulting files to /usr/lib/fsharp. 3. In the /usr/lib/fsharp directory, run chmod +x install-mono.sh. 4. Run the dos2unix tool on the text file install-mono.sh. 5. Still in the /usr/lib/fsharp directory, run the command sh install-mono.sh. After performing those steps, I was able to use F# from any account from the command line by running mono /usr/lib/fsharp/bin/fsc.exe, followed by the command-line options. Obviously, this was inconvenient to run every time, so I created a shell script file in /usr/bin and as fsc: #!/bin/sh exec /usr/bin/mono $MONO_OPTIONS /usr/lib/fsharp/bin/fsc.exe "$@"
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I then ran chmod +x fsc to give users permission to execute it. After this, running the F# compiler was as simple as typing fsc at the command line. The F# interactive compiler, fsi.exe, will also run under Linux, but on the installation I used at the time of this writing, I needed to use the --no-gui switch. The shell script for this is as follows: #!/bin/sh exec /usr/bin/mono $MONO_OPTIONS /usr/lib/fsharp/bin/fsi.exe --no-gui "$@"
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F# programs are just text files, so you can use any text editor to create them. Just save your program with the extension .fs, and use fsc.exe to compile them. For example, if you had the following program in the text file helloworld.fs: #light print_endline "Hello World" you could just run fsc.exe helloworld.fs to compile your program into helloworld.exe, which would output the following to the console: Hello World In my opinion, the easiest and quickest way to develop F# programs is in Visual Studio in conjunction with the F# interactive compiler (see Figure 2-1). You can type F# programs into the text editor, taking advantage of syntax highlighting and IntelliSense code completion; compile them into executables; and debug them interactively by setting breakpoints and pressing F5. Also, you can execute parts of your code interactively using F# interactive. Just highlight the code you want to execute, and press Alt+Enter; F# interactive will execute the code and show the results. This is great for testing snippets individually.
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Figure 2-1. Visual Studio hosting F# interactive
I Note If you are not convinced you want to invest in a copy of Visual Studio, trial versions of this software
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If you prefer, you can type your programs into the F# interactive console directly when it s running in stand-alone mode, as shown in Figure 2-2.
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Figure 2-2. The F# interactive console running in stand-alone mode When you use the interactive console, you type the code you want; then when you ve completed a section, you use two semicolons (;;) to indicate that the compiler should compile and run it. F# interactive responds to commands in two ways. If you bind a value to an identifier, it prints the name of the identifier and its type. So, typing the following into F# interactive: > let i = 1 + 2;; gives the following: val i : int However, if you just type a value into F# interactive, it will respond slightly differently. Typing the following into F# interactive: > 1 + 2;; gives the following: val it : int = 3
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This means the value has been bound to a special identifier, called it, that is available to other code within the F# interactive session. When any expression is evaluated at the top level, its value is also printed, after the equals sign; note the 3 in the previous example. As you get to know fsi.exe and F# in general, using F# interactive will become more and more useful for debugging programs and finding out how they work. (I discuss values, identifiers, and types in more detail in 3.) You can get code completions by pressing Tab. I find this mode of working useful in testing short programs by copying and pasting them into the console or for checking properties on existing libraries. For example, in Figure 2-2 I checked the System.Environment.Version property. However, I find this mode inconvenient for creating longer programs since it s difficult to store the programs once they re coded; they have to be copied and pasted from the console. Using Visual Studio, even if you don t intend to just run them interactively, you can still easily execute snippets with Alt+Enter. If you save your program with the .fsx extension instead of the .fs extension, you can run your programs interactively by right-clicking them and selecting the Run with F# Interactive menu option, as shown in Figure 2-3. This scripting style of programming is great for creating small programs to automate repetitive tasks. This way your program s configuration, such as the file paths it uses, can be stored inside regular strings in the program and can be quickly edited by the programmer using any text editor as needed.
Figure 2-3. Running an F# script by right-clicking it You can find more information about the F# programming tools and general programming tools for .NET in 11.
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