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Stackage is an infrastructure to create stable builds of complete package sets (henceforth we call them “snapshots”). Think “stable Hackage”.
 
Stackage is an infrastructure to create stable builds of complete package sets (henceforth we call them “snapshots”). Think “stable Hackage”.
   
There is an upcoming Stackage server (a la Hackage server) which will be released for beta in the next month.
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There is an upcoming Stackage server (a la Hackage server) which will be released for beta in the next month. This can be used as a drop-in replacement for Hackage, by adding a link (as from [http://www.stackage.org/stackage/44ea140bd97cbb0f6140d331f8f7f8667a637eda here] to the repo in your .cabal file:
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<haskell>
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remote-repo: stackage:http://www.stackage.org/stackage/44ea140bd97cbb0f6140d331f8f7f8667a637eda
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</haskell>
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And then <hask>cabal update</hask> and then now everything that you install should build and pass tests.
   
 
== Links ==
 
== Links ==

Revision as of 08:38, 10 June 2014

Stackage is an infrastructure to create stable builds of complete package sets (henceforth we call them “snapshots”). Think “stable Hackage”.

There is an upcoming Stackage server (a la Hackage server) which will be released for beta in the next month. This can be used as a drop-in replacement for Hackage, by adding a link (as from here to the repo in your .cabal file:

remote-repo: stackage:http://www.stackage.org/stackage/44ea140bd97cbb0f6140d331f8f7f8667a637eda
And then
cabal update
and then now everything that you install should build and pass tests.

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