[arch-haskell] local docs bugged?

Magnus Therning magnus at therning.org
Fri Jan 4 08:25:57 CET 2013

On Thu, Jan 03, 2013 at 07:44:42PM -0500, tam at hiddenrock.com wrote:
> > AFAIK we don't do anything special when generating the documentation so this
> > feels like an upstream bug.
> I thought so, too, but I couldn't figure out what the upstream intent was
> because, as you say, we just use what they give us here.  I thought somebody
> around here might have an idea, rather than me just pushing it upstream
> directly.
> > Maybe we should drop the use of the upstream script and use something
> > simpler instead.  This seems to work well enough:
> Works for me!  Thanks.


Note that the ghc package is excluded (which it is in the upstream
setup as well).


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