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Applications, libraries and tools written in Haskell.

Developers: if you release any Haskell code, please document it for the community, by adding it to the appropriate category on this page.

1 Haskell libraries

The first places to look for data types or functions are:

See also how to install a Cabal package.

2 HackageDB

HackageDB is the new central database for 3rd party Haskell packages. Look here for stable versions of common libraries. Developers: upload your cabalised packages to hackageDB (if you don't have a login, just ask). Recent packages uploaded to HackageDB.

3 Haskell applications and libraries

Applications, libraries and tools for Haskell or written in Haskell:

Other places to look include:

4 Guidelines for developers

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Built with Cabal

Developer guides:

Proposals for the module name space layout that can be used to guide the construction of new libraries.

5 Libraries for other languages

If you are thinking about designing a new library for Haskell, you ought to look what has been done in other languages. Here are standard library definitions for