A New Release for the New
We recently released version 3.2 of FP Haskell Center. We want
to take this opportunity to list some of the new features and
highlight the additions of a Hosted Haddocks button and the ability
to set up personal RSS feeds within each account.
3.2 Features List
- Support for downloading extra packages from arbitrary.tar and
.gz urls (available from the “extra packages” tab of the settings
- Auto-insert functionality works for error messages (used to
only work for warnings)
- Toggle executable bit in UI. You can now make data files
executable inside the IDE.
- Updated hlint version for better functionality
- Hosted Haddock button
- Per-user RSS feed /user-feed/username to access
More about the features we think you’ll be the most interested
Hosted Haddock Button
Often times when you’re working on a codebase, it’s convenient
to generate the Haddocks to get an idea of what’s going on. It’s
also useful to be able to share those generated Haddocks with
others. FP Haskell Center now allows you to do both with a single
click. Inside the deployment menu, you can now generated Haddocks
for your current project. Links to dependencies will be created
correctly, and the generated URL is fully shareable with
Users now have the ability to set up personal RSS Feeds within
their accounts. This answers a request from some users to be able
to more easily let people stay up-to-date with their content. This
ties in nicely with our previous addition of Disqus comments.
Feedback is always
We are proud of every improvement we make to FP Haskell Center
and look forward to your feedback. With each release we are
continuing to raise the quality of our product.
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