[Haskell-cafe] Accessing own haddock files
fuuzetsu at fuuzetsu.co.uk
Fri Nov 1 18:04:29 UTC 2013
On 01/11/13 17:41, Corentin Dupont wrote:
> Hi the list,
> I have an application that need to access its own haddock documentation (to
> display on a web site).
> What is the best way to do that?
> Unfortunatly Cabal doesn't seem to provide that.
> Cabal generates a file "<package name>_Path.hs" containing:
> *bindir = "/home/kau/.cabal/bin"
> libdir = "/home/kau/.cabal/lib/Nomyx-Language-0.4.0/ghc-7.6.3"
> datadir = "/home/kau/.cabal/share/Nomyx-Language-0.4.0"*
> But there is no:
> *docdir = "/home/kau/.cabal/share/doc/Nomyx-Language-0.4.0"*
> That would be handy in my situation :)
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Oops, didn't reply to the list. Here goes again:
You can use ‘cabal haddock’ command which provides --haddock-options.
You can then use that to use Haddock's --odir flag.
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