[Haskell-cafe] is datetime actively maintained?
jgm at berkeley.edu
Mon Jan 17 22:25:53 CET 2011
I've already modified the dev versions of filestore and gitit so
they don't depend on datetime. This should solve the problem. I
expect to be releasing new versions of both before long.
+++ Max Bolingbroke [Jan 17 11 07:50 ]:
> I also wanted to build gitit on Windows and encountered the datetime
> issue. I sent the maintainer (Eric Sessoms) a request to bump his
> version bounds on the 22nd December, but haven't received a reply. (I
> had to bump a lot of other gitit version bounds, but those bumps
> *have* been taken upstream)
> I'm not sure what to do in a situation like this - since Hackage has
> no security I could just upload a new version of datetime with the
> bumped bounds, but this hardly seems polite, and I'm not really keen
> on maintaining datetime long term. The change would also be lost if
> Eric decides to upload a new version of his own.
> On 17 January 2011 02:05, Carter Schonwald <carter.schonwald at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hey All,
> > I can't tell if datetime is actively maintained, and its version constraints
> > need to be adjusted to allow base4 (which would then allow a whole mess of
> > other packages including gitit build under ghc7). I've been sucessful
> > building gitit with ghc7 64 on OS X and using it if that one constraint on
> > datetime is modified.
> > any thoughts?
> > cheers,
> > -Carter
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