Want to poke at the network package a bit

Chris Kuklewicz haskell at list.mightyreason.com
Wed Mar 7 13:13:35 EST 2007

Bryan O'Sullivan wrote:
> As part of a project I'm working on, I have a need to add some IPv6
> support to the network library.  I'd like to clean up the haddocks (or
> indeed write some in the first place) as I go.
> But before I start, I notice that the source has some peculiarities,
> such as explicit line number pragmas that are all wrong, making the
> process of finding errors unnecessarily interesting.  Is there any
> reason I shouldn't nuke them as I go?
>     <b
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Things like

{-# LINE 141 "Text/Regex/PCRE/Wrap.hsc" #-}

indicate that the .hs file you are reading was generated from a .hsc file which
is the actual source you ought to edit...

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