[Haskell-cafe] Testing invasive proposals with Hackager

Joachim Breitner mail at joachim-breitner.de
Thu Jun 13 10:17:35 CEST 2013


Am Donnerstag, den 13.06.2013, 09:59 +0800 schrieb Niklas Hambüchen:
> In many discussions we make guesses about how much code proposals like
> Functor => Monad would break.
> You can use https://github.com/dterei/Hackager to build all of Hackage
> (preferably in a VM).
> Of course many packages have external dependencies, so I'd like to share
> the following list of packages to save you some time.

Great tool. Does someone have the resources to run it regularly (i.e.
daily), dump the results and the diff-to-previous run somewhere and link
the status (currently building/not building) on the hackage package?
More CI-like data and testing is always good!

How much overlap is there between this tool and stackage?


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