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There are ports in [http://www.pkgsrc.org pkgsrc]:
 
There are ports in [http://www.pkgsrc.org pkgsrc]:
* [http://pkgsrc.se/lang/ghc <tt>lang/ghc</tt>], version 6.8.3 and [http://pkgsrc.se/wip/ghc <tt>wip/ghc</tt>], version 7.0.3 (using binary bootstrap kits)
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* [http://pkgsrc.se/lang/ghc <tt>lang/ghc</tt>], version 6.8.3 and [http://pkgsrc.se/wip/ghc <tt>wip/ghc</tt>], version 7.4.1 (using binary bootstrap kits)
 
* [http://pkgsrc.se/search.php?stype=folder&sbranch=CURRENT&so=hs- and many more]
 
* [http://pkgsrc.se/search.php?stype=folder&sbranch=CURRENT&so=hs- and many more]
   

Revision as of 09:29, 10 March 2012

Tips and tricks for users of the BSDs (Note, Mac users, are you looking for Mac OS X tips?)

Contents

1 FreeBSD

There are ports and packages:

More information in the FreeBSD Wiki's Haskell page

There are specific libraries and programs for handling your FreeBSD Ports:

  • porte (ports-mgmt/porte) provides an interface to searching ports index fields and collecting frequency statistics for these;
  • newports lists ports newer than N days.

2 OpenBSD

There are ports and packages:

Specific tools:

3 NetBSD, DragonFly BSD (and others using pkgsrc)

There are ports in pkgsrc:

4 Miscellaneous BSD-specific packages

  • bsd-sysctl provides access to the BSD sysctl(3) interface

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