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Sun May 25 14:51:54 UTC 2014

You probably want to compile locally, e.g. with Vagrant, and then send the binary "into the cloud"


El May 25, 2014, a las 2:36, harry <voldermort at hotmail.com> escribió:

> Simon Marlow-7 wrote
>> Is it just shortage of space, or is there anything else that pushes you 
>> towards DYNAMIC_GHC_PROGRAMS=NO?  Isn't disk space cheap?
> Disc space is prohibitively expensive for zero-budget open source projects
> deployed to the free tier of cloud computing providers.
> We typically get 1Gb for everything, including GHC, third-party libraries,
> our own code, and data. A full install of GHC is nearly 1Gb by itself.
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