On Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 07:27:47PM +0200, Kari Pahula wrote: > I've just uploaded ghc6_6.12.1-1 and haddock_2.6.0-1 to experimental. I'm just uploading ghc6_6.12.1-2 to experimental. There was a missing build dep. Another change was using the included haddock to build ghc6's own documentation. If we treat .haddock files as arch dependent, then they'll need to be built for each arch and I can't avoid a dependency loop on haddock package if I want to use that. I dropped the B-D-I on haddock. No B-D either. This'll make the Ubuntu packager's life easier, at least. I prefer using a single copy of haddock for building all haskell docs. I thought of another way of going about this: using the haddock included with ghc6 and dropping the separately packaged haddock. Is there even need for haddock separately from ghc? I could just make haddock a virtual package, ie. make ghc6 provide, conflict with and replace haddock. There may be an issue with the configured paths with the included haddock, but I can just build another one for general use, from the same source.
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