[arch-haskell] How to determine whether a package is in or out in [haskell]?

Fabio Riga rifabio at gmail.com
Sat Oct 12 07:39:40 UTC 2013

Regarding what to put in the repository, I would use AUR and aurvote. I
(and whoever want to) could maintain some aur package orphaned by
archhaskell user. Packages that take some vote go in arch-haskell. I don't
know how many people use yaourt, but I do and I would like to have as many
updated haskell package in AUR as possible, if we can't have all of them in


2011/11/13 Fabio Riga <rifabio at gmail.com>

> Hello,
> 2011/11/12 Magnus Therning <magnus at therning.org>
>> It would be excellent if more people could work on keeping [haskell]
>> up-to-date :)
>> However, splitting updating the database and the building of packages
>> is likely to be a bit painful.  So far my experience is that updating
>> packages to a buildable state often requires a few iterations of
>> modifying patch files and attempting builds.  If each such iteration
>> requires communication it's likely to drag out quite a bit.  The ideal
>> would be a build server really.
>> /M
> why should we drop packages?  Unless we are running out of space on the
> repository server we shouldn't. So I think we should find a solution to
> decentralize the building process. So a build server could be okay. Is it a
> problem to have a maintainer that check *some* packages, and not
> everything? The main maintainer should only put everything together, maybe
> periodically, so the others know when to submit updates and when to wait
> for the next one.
> Are you sure this will be more painful than build everything by your own
> on your laptop?
> Fabio
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