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31 Aug 2019
- Tamar Christina
Tags:cabal ghc haskell
Haskell Development Environment
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This package was approved by moderator Pauby on 26 Nov 2019.
This is an opinionated automated environment for performing Haskell development on windows
using GHC and Cabal along with MSYS2. The goal of the project is to create as minimal of
indirections between you and the tools as possible in order to simplify things and make
things easier to understand and debug. The core premise of the project is to integrate into
Windows and not box off or isolate Haskell tools from other tools while using no or as few
global state as possible.
This package will automatically configure msys2 for use by cabal. If you already have msys2
install then nothing else needs to be done. Otherwise msys2 will be installed for you.
Lastly in order to facilitate package installations a new CmdLet
mingw64-pkg is created to make it easier to install
native dependencies such as
C:\PS> mingw-pkg install gtk2
This CmdLet makes it easier to install native Mingw-w64 packages into MSYS2 such
that cabal-install and GHC can use them without any other configuration required.
This will not allow installation of MSYS2 packages. Your global namespace will
not be poluted by the use of this CmdLet.
The action to perform. Must be one of install, uninstall, update or shell.
- install: install a new native package
- uninstall: remove native package
- update: sync the repositories, will not upgrade any packages.
- shell: open a bash shell
An optional last parameter can be used to force a prompt before installing a package.
Default is off.
C:\PS> mingw-pkg install gtk2 $true
For AppVeyor use we recommend installing the ghc and cabal packages directly as to not install msys2 twice.
You will still have access to mingw-pkg.
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