[Haskell] Checking out the whole source tree
Donald Bruce Stewart
dons at cse.unsw.edu.au
Tue Feb 13 02:09:47 EST 2007
> I recently checked out the X11 package from darcs.haskell.org, and I'd
> like to check out more of the source from the darcs repository. I'm
> still unfamiliar with darcs; how do I check out the whole source tree?
> Rob Hoelz
We're moving from a cathedral to a more distributed distribution model
for packages -- there's not really a 'whole source tree' for Haskell
anymore. However, for GHC and a base set of libraries, you can get
that source directly by following these instructions:
Other libraries and tools can be picked up as needed. You'll find
links to these things on hackage, http://hackage.haskell.org/packages/archive/pkg-list.html
and on haskell.org's libraries page.
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