[arch-haskell] How to currently install haskell packages?
magnus at therning.org
Sat Oct 12 07:40:03 UTC 2013
On Fri, Mar 2, 2012 at 12:17, Alessandro Pezzoni
<alessandro_pezzoni at lavabit.com> wrote:
>> AFAIU you have
>> 1. Cloned `habs`.
>> 2. Added a package using `cblrepo`.
>> 3. Used `cblrepo` to create the source package and verified that it
>> compiles properly.
> Almost correct, yes. Basically, I am trying to upgrade the
> haskell-hlint package (and dependencies haskell-cpphs and
> haskell-uniplate). I added the relevant packages and bumped those
> which depend on them, then created the source packages for all those.
> So far so good (at least as I can see), although I'm not able to build
> the ghc-mod package as I can't satisfy the haskell-ghc-paths
> dependency, although I don't understand why.
`cblrepo` gives fairly good messages on unsatisfiable dependencies.
Can you post the message you get from it?
> Please tell me if I am doing anything wrong, otherwise I will provide
> a GitHub pull request and a link to the built packages.
It sounds like you are doing things the intended way :)
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