[Debian-haskell] Using cdbs and haskell-devscripts to build Haskell libraries

Magnus Therning magnus at therning.org
Wed Jan 23 11:15:06 GMT 2008

On 1/22/08, Kari Pahula <kaol at debian.org> wrote:

Therefore, I chose to reimplement (most of) the wheel.  I discarded
> most of haskell-devscripts and just used dh_haskell_prep and made a
> CDBS rule file to take care of the rest.
> Here's my complete debian/rules file, using CDBS:
> #!/usr/bin/make -f
> include $(CURDIR)/debian/hlibrary.mk
> Neat, no?  And this should work for any cabalized Haskell library.
> That's the theory, at least.  The rest is mostly controlled by
> debian/control.  This has been successfully tested with haskell-binary
> (already in unstable) and haskell-hlist.

Cute!  Are you feeding that back to CDBS so that at some point in the future
Haskell (Cabal) will be supported natively by CDBS?

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