[Haskell-cafe] Checking minimum package bounds
michael at snoyman.com
Mon Jul 7 14:59:55 UTC 2014
I actually use Herbert's other wonderful tool: the Ubuntu PPAs for GHC.
Then I just switch by PATH to point to whichever version of GHC I want to
test at at that time.
Before I switched to the PPAs, I simply installed multiple versions of GHC
in their own directories under /opt.
On Mon, Jul 7, 2014 at 5:55 PM, Alois Cochard <alois.cochard at gmail.com>
> That is neat!
> But I would rather have a solution that don't involve The Cloud, which I
> can run locally without setting up a local travis.
> Seems like the time to learn docker have now come :-)
> On 7 July 2014 15:52, Carter Schonwald <carter.schonwald at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Herbert's wonderful multi ghci Travis let's you test on all the configs
>> On Monday, July 7, 2014, Alois Cochard <alois.cochard at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> On 6 July 2014 01:11, Adam Bergmark <adam at bergmark.nl> wrote:
>>>> Common best practice seems to be to support the last two haskell
>>>> platform releases, and that's pretty easy to test against.
>>> Actually, how do you do that?
>>> It's a shame that the platform is not a 'hackage' package, otherwise I
>>> could simply install it in a sandbox...
>>> But how can I test my app for a specific platform without reinstalling
>>> my local/global DB?
>>> For now I'm going on the platform github repo to get the versions, I put
>>> them as lower bound and then I use Omari's sunlight.
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