[Haskell-cafe] Haskell minimal (portable) development environment

Simon Marechal simon at banquise.net
Tue Feb 25 15:05:57 UTC 2014

On 02/25/2014 04:12 AM, Alexander Solla wrote:
> I'm doing something similar.  I'm using Vagrant with SaltStack to do my
> configuration management.  I would recommend you do the same (or
> similar, with puppet/chef/etc).  I went through quite a bit of pain at
> one point when I lost track of a machine's configuration, and I don't
> want to repeat that experience.  Also, SaltStack has a nice provisioning
> system.

That might not be relevant to your interests, and this is definitely
self promotion. If you were to use Puppet, you would find that you have
a large toolkit in Haskell here :


Among other things, you might like lenses that might be used to refactor
your manifests, and a (currently under development) testing system built
upon hspec. This still requires a ruby library on your system though.

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