[*] [arch-haskell] Arch Linux now provides more than 1000
Haskell libraries and apps
dons at galois.com
Fri Mar 27 23:25:57 EDT 2009
> On Fri, Mar 27, 2009 at 09:01:15AM -0700, Don Stewart wrote:
> > A small milestone in the packaging business:
> > http://archhaskell.wordpress.com/2009/03/27/arch-haskell-news-mar-14-2009-1000-haskell-packages/
> > More than 1000 Haskell packages packaged up for Arch Linux.
> > Hackage now has 1163 (+41) Haskell packages, of which 1007 (+33) have
> > been natively packaged for Arch in AUR. That???s 33 new packages in two
> > weeks, and lots of updates as well.
> > Read this week's updates on the blog.
> > -- Don
> Arch Linux as a distribution and also as a platform for Haskell
> has been impressive. Forced me, an ardent Debian fan, to switch from
> Debian stable to Arch on all my desktops and laptops. However I find
> the lack of documentation packages slightly of a problem. May be it is
> also possible that I am missing something here. For example
> I had to wget the ghc documentation on the site to make a local copy.
> A comparison with Debian Lenny which has become stable recently show
> that Debian comes with lots of doc packages for example for any package
> libghc-foo there is always a package libghc-foo-doc package.
> I guess it will not be difficult to package a documentation packages.
> Otherwise one has to edit the appropriate aur build file. This is
> okey but I like the Debian idea of having a doc package.
I think we can construct a 'hackage' documentation package.
It's a great idea!
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