Haddock tree spongled

Boespflug, Mathieu m at tweag.io
Wed Mar 6 21:26:36 UTC 2019

If the status quo is poor, then why not merge the two? git-subtree won't
fix the problem and will arguably be even harder to manage than submodules.


On Wed, 6 Mar 2019 at 15:59, Ben Gamari <ben at smart-cactus.org> wrote:

> Sylvain Henry <sylvain at haskus.fr> writes:
> > Why don't we just put Haddock into GHC's repository? It was proposed in
> > a previous discussion in February [1] and it would avoid the bad
> > experience of having it as a submodule while keeping it in sync.
> >
> I'm reluctant to keep it in the GHC tree; it really is a separate
> project with separate maintainership, dependencies, and contributors.
> That being said, I do agree that the status quo is pretty poor. I was
> going to suggest managing it with git-subtree instead, but I'm not sure
> this would be much of an improvement.
> Cheers,
>  - Ben
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