wither the Platform

Jeremy voldermort at hotmail.com
Tue Mar 24 14:19:48 UTC 2015

Jeremy O'Donoghue wrote
> 1) Code I write needs to run on Mac (where it is written), Windows and
> Linux (where it is usually used). None of the 'build it yourself'
> alternatives gives a way to ensure, with confidence, that I have the same
> platform on each of my machines.

Why not just install GHC x.y.z and cabal freeze? (You could also use a
stackage snapshot.)

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