[Haskell-cafe] Hide internal modules but expose them for testing

Li-yao Xia lysxia at gmail.com
Mon Jan 7 11:10:19 UTC 2019

My preferred solution is to put all the implementation in
Mylib.Internal.Foo modules that export everything, with the convention that
it's not subject to versioning policies (so testing is really the only
legitimate use), and reexport the public stuff in Mylib.Foo.


On 09:08, Mon, Jan 7, 2019 Georgi Lyubenov <godzbanebane at gmail.com wrote:

> Greetings,
> I want to have internal modules which I do not expose at all. I also want
> to be able to test them.
> This however also hides these modules from my tests.
> The best way I have found to work around this is to include my entire
> source directory in the test suite (source-dirs). This however means that I
> can't reuse builds that didn't include the tests.
> Is there some obvious and "best" solution that I am missing here? For
> reference I use Stack.
> Thanks in advance!
> =======
> Georgi
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