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U.S. Scalaz layout

Posted by Jan Machacek on Sat, Nov 19, 2011

If you are doing a lot of development with Scalaz, you're no doubt using the fancy function names, and special symbols like eta, lambda, alpha, and many others. To make your Scalaz typing easier, I have a keyboard layout maps the "fancy" letters to roman characters with the Option & Option + Shift modifiers. I've also added the long equals operator for the Scalad queries.

Here's layout with Option:

o

Here's layout with Option + Shift:

os

To install, download the U.S. Scalaz.bundle, uncompress it, and then copy to ~/Library/Keyboard Layouts and select in the Preferences. (You might have to log out and lock back in for the System Preferences app to pick up the new keyboard layout bundle.)

Topics: Scala, Scalad, Scalaz

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