[arch-haskell] Questions related dependencies of packages in [extra] & [community]
magnus at therning.org
Mon Jun 27 23:27:35 CEST 2011
I have 3 questions related to dependencies for haskell packages:
1. I noticed that the haskell packages in [extra] and [community] now
depend on a specific revision (7.0.3-2) rather than just a specific
version (e.g. 7.0.3) of ghc. Is this to make sure that if there is
an ABI change due to a bump in the revision then users don't end up
with an unusable system?
2. There are some dependencies on other haskell packages that also
require a specific revision (e.g. haskell-haskeline). This does
strike me as a good idea, again to prevent inconsistent user
systems. It isn't consistent though (again, e.g.
haskell-haskeline, its dependency on haskell-terminfo). Is it a
bug that should be reported?
3. I also noticed the dependency on 'sh' for the first time. This
strikes me as something that ought to be superfluous, isn't it?
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