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Re: Packaging non-library Haskell


Am Sonntag, den 15.04.2012, 12:06 -0500 schrieb Stephen Paul Weber:
> There are no prof files for non-libraries, right?


>   In which case libraries 
> and prof files are handled by the existing logic.  Haddock files and put in 
> *-doc by the existing logic, README and similar docs seem to be put in the 
> main package, which seems correct to me.  Binaries are copied by the logic 
> I'm prototyping.  So that leaves "everything else".  I should experiment 
> with a more complex Haskell application, like maybe darcs.

darcs is actually not a good example, because the darcs binary does
_not_ require any other files present.

haskell-hledger-web is an example for a package that needs extra data
(and that is broken in that regard right now):

hlint also requires data files, and so does threadscope.


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