Haskell Platform 2013.2 Proposal Status
Christian.Maeder at dfki.de
Fri Apr 12 11:26:25 CEST 2013
I just spoiled my day by http://hackage.haskell.org/trac/ghc/ticket/7748
with ghc-7.6.2 in our large project:
hets works fine with ghc-7.6.1 (and older versions). I haven't located
the error yet, though.
Yet, I therefore conclude, GHC 7.6.2 ist not suited for the official HP.
Am 11.04.2013 07:33, schrieb Mark Lentczner:
> Well, I admit I am a bit tardy with this, and a few dates in the
> schedule have come and gone. But have no fear, I think we'll be okay.
> /*All: */
> Updated the time line the 2013.2 release:
> * *Today* — Call for proposals ends (no more proposals considered)
> * *April 15th* — Proposals decided, Initial version list
> * *April 22th* — First candidates
> * *April 29th* — Open issues resolved, Second candidates
> * *May 6th* — Final release candidates
> These are the proposals being considered for 2013.2, and my
> current assessment of the "rough consensus":
> * *case-insensitive:* general consensus for including
> * *attoparsec: *general consensus for including
> * *unordered-containers:* general consensus for including
> * *hashable:* while there has been much discussion about what to do
> going forward, I see general consensus that accepting version 1.1
> into the platform (which is required by other proposals here)
> * *OpenGL *&* GLUT:* these have been repackaged by Jason to meet all
> the concerns of the community. They include two new lower-level
> packages *OpenGLRaw* and *GLURaw*. General consensus
> for continuing to include, with the lower level packages, and
> upgraded to latest versions (yay!)
> * *JuicyPixels:* people like the idea of having a library like this
> one, perhaps even this one, but there is concern that this API
> hasn't baked enough. There is not enough consensus for including.
> I give you all until Monday for any further discussion, and then we'll
> call it.
> I now call it official: HP 2013.2 will use GHC 7.6.2. Library
> maintainers: Please get ready to answer my e-mail when it come
> a'knockin' on your inbox with the version of your lib we should ship in
> this release.
> — Mark "Chief Haskell Gift-Wrapper" Lentczner
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