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.
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.
No changes have been submitted for this release.