Oops - put this under the wrong topic initially!
I've been going over the tidal plugin for vim, and I think it's a bit crufty, could use some cleaning up, and can likely be written to take advantage of some of the features of neovim (essentially modeling it after scnvim). Will be working on that on my side for a bit before I share it with the community.
It looks like the current version simply takes the code that you've evaluated, pastes it into the running GHCI repl, and then the repl evaluates it. Is this a correct understanding ? If so, is this the best way to get code to a running tidal process ? If not, what is the best way of sending code to the tidal process ? (I can imagine for larger blocks of code sending over text could get messy, hence the question.)
Hope this wasn't a dumb question - I've been having a lot of fun with Tidal so far, and I'd like to contribute how I can.