[arch-haskell] (for Vesa and other Arch Devs on the list) Re: GHC 7.4.1 or HP 2011.4.0.0??
magnus at therning.org
Sat Feb 4 18:08:32 CET 2012
This was mainly directed to the Arch Devs on the list, and especially
Vesa since he's putting in most of the work on GHC as found in
We've already discussed the question of whether we should keep HP in
Arch. *I* think there was clear what the favoured route ahead was,
but in the end it's the Arch Devs who decide. I don't like the
current situation (outdated GHC and outdated HP), so a decision would
be much welcome then the work on catching up can begin.
On Fri, Feb 03, 2012 at 04:28:28PM +0100, Magnus Therning wrote:
> It's been out for a day now... this would be a good time to decide
> whether ArchLinux should be bold and move to a haskell-platform-free
> state, or trudge on with HP and the ache it causes.
> If we're moving to 7.4.1 there's a lot of work with getting
> ArchHaskell in shape for it, so the longer notice the better :)
> If we're to trudge on with HP then we really ought to move to
> 2011.4.0.0, which also means a new version of GHC and a lot of work on
> ArchHaskell, so the longer notice the better :)
> Please, please, please, can we move on this soon?
> I'm available to help out with [extra]&[community] packages if need
> be, updating PKGBUILDs, building, verifying other's changes, etc.
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