Haddock version during build
david.waern at gmail.com
Thu Jun 5 07:25:07 EDT 2008
2008/6/5 Simon Peyton-Jones <simonpj at microsoft.com>:
> To answer both (in my limited understanding). The way Simon put it to me is: Haddock is like a GHC library.
> * We do indeed ship a lot of precompiled libraries with GHC
> * However, libraries can be upgraded without installing a fresh GHC
> * But, if you are using precompiled libraries, you must be very careful
> to install a new library with the correct GHC. If you have two
> installations of GHC, and you want to upgrade package P for both
> that's two separate operations.
> So upgrading Haddock could be like upgrading a library.
Does this apply to package managers like apt-get as well, or are you
talking about upgrades using cabal only? (Not sure if cabal upgrade
exists yet, but I guess the plan is to support it).
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