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Wed Feb 23 16:10:19 CET 2011
On Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 8:48 AM, Volker Wysk <pf3 at volker-wysk.de> wrote:
> I'm new to Cabal, and I'm trying to Cabalize my library HsShellScript, with
> help by Howard Golden. I'm using the Simple Build Infrastructure.
> 1. I'm irritated by the fact, that calling the Cabal with "runhaskell
> configure; runhaskell build; runhaskell install" is _not_ sufficent in many
> cases. You need additional arguments for "runhaskell configure", and
> "runhaskell build" can't build everything, you need other actions in many
> cases. I need haddock, and it can't be specified in the .cabal file, or run
> by "runhaskell build".
End users installing packages by hand largely use the cabal-install
command-line tool, which can be configured to auto-generate
documentation for installed packages and put them in a centralized
location. It may even do this by default.
> 2. I have some HTML pages of additional documentation, which need to be
> installed, and need to be included in the (sdist) generated distribution
> I have no clue how this should be done.
In the package description, you should be able to add an
"Extra-Source-Files" section, see:
That will get them into the source tarball. I'm not sure what else you
need to do to get them installed with the package - there is also a
"data-files" filed for files that are needed at run-time.
> Cheers, Volker
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