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I heard about this tool from Haskell-Cafe. I came here hoping to see examples of how to use it. Instead I ended up reading the source code (the haddocks were not very informative). Soon I realized that even looking at the source code I was unsure how to use this library. Could you please construct examples and put them somewhere as documentation? Thanks!
 
I heard about this tool from Haskell-Cafe. I came here hoping to see examples of how to use it. Instead I ended up reading the source code (the haddocks were not very informative). Soon I realized that even looking at the source code I was unsure how to use this library. Could you please construct examples and put them somewhere as documentation? Thanks!
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I don't have docs of that sort, and I can see how they'd be helpful. For now you can look at client libraries. A quick "grep checkers */*.cabal" tells me that unamb and reactive both use checkers.
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Is there a way to glean this info (what libraries use a given one) from Hackage?
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[[User:Conal|Conal]] 17:35, 10 August 2009 (UTC)
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Revision as of 17:35, 10 August 2009

I heard about this tool from Haskell-Cafe. I came here hoping to see examples of how to use it. Instead I ended up reading the source code (the haddocks were not very informative). Soon I realized that even looking at the source code I was unsure how to use this library. Could you please construct examples and put them somewhere as documentation? Thanks!


I don't have docs of that sort, and I can see how they'd be helpful. For now you can look at client libraries. A quick "grep checkers */*.cabal" tells me that unamb and reactive both use checkers.

Is there a way to glean this info (what libraries use a given one) from Hackage?

Conal 17:35, 10 August 2009 (UTC)