Agda installation instructions

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### Dependently-typed Functional Programming
* [Guidelines](agda/Index.lagda.rst)
* [Effectful functional programming](slides/pedagand-01.pdf) ([Source](agda/01-effectful/Monad.lagda.rst)).
* Dependent functional programming.
* Total functional programming.
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If desired, ProofGeneral can be further
To install and familiarize yourself with Agda, please follow the
## Bibliography
[Types and Programming Languages](,
module 00-agda.Warmup where
Warming up
- `Install Agda`_
- `Retrieve the Agda Standard Library <>`_
- `Setup the Standard Library`_
- Get used to the `Emacs mode`_
- RTF `Agda Manual`_ if necessary
Agda in a Nutshell
First, check that the Agda mode is properly configured in your Emacs
session: if it does, you should see ``(Agda)`` in the status bar of this
buffer. You can try to manually load it by typing
``M-x agda2-mode``
To check that Agda is properly configured, load this buffer by typing
``C-c C-l``
If everything works fine, then the following definition should color
itself properly::
data World : Set where
hello : World
and the status bar of this buffer should become ``(Agda:Checked)``.
We use the Agda Standard Library, which is developed separately from
the core language and must therefore be installed independantly. The
previous step may have failed, indicating an error here::
open import Data.Nat
open import Relation.Binary.PropositionalEquality
foo : 0 ≡ 0
foo = refl
If so, then there is something wrong with your setup of the standard
library. You can look at the buffer ``*agda2*`` to get some info about
the internal state of the Agda mode, which might help you in
troubleshooting any issue you encounter during the setup:
``C-x b *agda2*``
At this point, everything should be in working order.
Motivating example: evolution of a type-checker
To understand the dynamics and idiosyncrasies of an Agda programmer,
we suggest that you study the Git history of the mock project
`Evolution of a Typechecker`_. Use
``git log --graph --all``
to begin your exploration with a bird-eye view of the project.
.. References:
.. _`Install Agda`:
.. _`Setup the Standard Library`:
.. _`Emacs mode`:
.. _`Agda manual`:
.. _`Evolution of a Typechecker`:
.. TODO: any other useful resources for setting things up?
.. Local Variables:
.. mode: agda2
.. End:
MPRI 2.4 : Dependently-typed Functional Programming
Make sure that everything compiles::
open import 00-agda.Warmup
open import 01-effectful.Monad
This course is organized as follows:
.. toctree::
:maxdepth: 1
You will need
* Agda (tested with version 2.5.3)
* Sphinx (tested with version 1.6.4)
``make html``
which will produce the lecture notes in ``build/html/index.html``.
Feel free to submit a PR if you spot any typo, have comments or think
of any way to improve the material. For instance, if some resource
available on the web were useful to you during this course, please add
a link to this resource where you see fit.
I also welcome alternative implementations in other dependently-typed
(or almost) languages (OCaml or Haskell with GADTs, vanilla Coq,
Coq/Equations, etc.).
I am also eager to replace references to papers behind paywalls by
freely accessible (but legal and stable) links. Please keep the `doi`_
links in comments nonetheless.
The lecture notes have been written by `Pierre-Évariste Dagand`_.
These lecture notes are available under an `MIT License`_.
.. References:
.. _`doi`:
.. _`Pierre-Évariste Dagand`:
.. _`MIT License`:
.. Local Variables:
.. mode: agda2
.. End:
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