conal at conal.net
Tue Aug 14 17:02:22 EDT 2007
Hi David. Thanks for the reply.
I'm pretty confused. I understand your first paragraph as saying *not* to
use that repo, and the second as saying to use it. Is the new haddock
included in GHC 6.7 or is it still an app that works separately from GHC?
If the latter, where is the app's repo?
Thanks, - Conal
On 8/10/07, David Waern <davve at dtek.chalmers.se> wrote:
> > I'd like to give it a try. I guess the repo is
> > http://darcs.haskell.org/SoC/ghc.haddock/. Glancing around, see a
> > of ghc, and I don't know how to build haddock. Is ghc.haddock a new
> > to
> > a forked version of ghc?
> > Other questions: is ghc.haddock known to build & run on Windows? Is the
> > plan to merge it into the main ghc sources, and if so, when?
> > I'd love to hear from others using ghc.haddock.
> > Thanks, - Conal
> Hi Conal,
> The changes in ghc.haddock was merged to GHC last year after my SoC
> project was finished. This repository should not be used anymore. What you
> need is a quite recent GHC 6.7, probably from July or later.
> Then you should get Haddock 2.0 aka haddock.ghc from this darcs
> http://darcs.haskell.org/SoC/haddock.ghc/. The package can be built using
> Cabal and GHC 6.7. I haven't tested it with Windows - please let me know
> if you have any problems.
> Thanks for taking interest!
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