[arch-haskell] Snap web framework - not in ArchHaskell?
Wed Oct 9 08:29:08 UTC 2013
Thanks for tha, B?r?ur!
It's a bit of a pity that I would have to duplicate many libraries
aready installed via arch-haskell / pacman with cabal natively (and I
agree, needs to be fully-isolated - I'll look into hsenv, thanks!).
I'm curious - I thought the goal of arch-haskell was to ultimately
contain all hackage packages. Snap is in hackage - what makes it
difficult to get into arch-haskell?
I am not trying to complain - just trying to establish the situation. I
am very new to the haskell world, but passionate about it beyond belief.
I am happy to help where I can.
Op Di, 2013-10-08 om 19:43 +0200 skryf Bardur Arantsson:
> On 2013-10-08 11:54, Dawid Loubser wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I noticed that neither the snap, nor the yesod web frameworks are in the
> > arch-haskell repo - is there a specific reason for this?
> > What would you recommend is the best way to install and use snap?
> > (since it has been made clear that cabal is not a package manager, yet
> > snap recommends installing it via cabal... :-S )
> Well, it's not *really* a package manager, but it seems to be growing in
> that direction... :)
> Anyway, any users of Snap are probably going to be developers, and I
> think it's pretty par for the course for developers to install libraries
> they're using from Hackage.
> I would recommend using "hsenv" for keeping per-project Cabal
> environments. (The new Cabal will have support for similar isolation,
> but I don't think it's really been released yet.)
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