[arch-haskell] [haskell-web] & ghc 7.6.3
np at nicolaspouillard.fr
Thu May 30 19:51:50 CEST 2013
Quoting Pierre Radermecker (2013-05-29 14:02:19)
> > I am/was also a user of habs-web for roughly two use-cases:
> > * haskell programs such as git-annex or notmuch-web  that I want
> > to build once and install multiple times.
> Personally I don't think it makes much sense to include "programs" such a yesod or git-annex in [haskell-core]
This is not what I meant.
> Git-annex for instance requires a lot of dependencies which make it quite tricky to build from source. I had much luck with it by just using the provided binary tar. For the record, at some point, various aur package were failing to bring a working git-annex because of some sort of incompatibilities with the arch curl system version (to my knowledge the provided [haskell-web] package has never work).
I would like to see as many of git-annex/notmuch-web/... dependencies
supported in either [haskell-core] or repos similar to [haskell-web].
For instance all git-annex dependencies are supported by Debian (yes the
developer is a Debian packager).
What should be aimed at, IMHO is to provide a larger set of packages at
a smaller cost or at least better distributed.
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