[Hs-Generics] how to automatically create and install
documentations of a package?
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Sat Sep 19 13:33:31 EDT 2009
Gwern Branwen wrote:
> On Sat, Sep 19, 2009 at 11:59 AM, Sean Leather <leather at cs.uu.nl> wrote:
>> Hi Daneel,
>> On Sat, Sep 19, 2009 at 13:58, Daneel Yaitskov wrote:
>>> Recently I've found wonderful thing cabal can install packages itself! It
>>> can even install those packages which need for final one. But I'm disturbed
>>> cabal doesn't create the documentation of a package by default. It manually
>>> makes "runhaskell Setup haddock".
>>> Who knows?
>> I believe you can do 'cabal haddock', but I don't know why it doesn't do it
>> by default.
>> BTW, the Haskell Café is typically more suitable for questions such as
>> these. The Generics list is more specifically for generic programming
>> discussions while the Haskell Café serves a broader audience. I've CC'd
>> haskell-cafe@ to see if anybody there knows the answer to your question.
> If you use cabal-install (as you should!), you can have it build
> haddocks by customizing ~/.cabal/config and adding:
> documentation: True
Thank you very much for short hint, but effective one.
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