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Commercial Haskell Special Interest Group

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 23.01.2015
At FP Complete, we’re constantly striving to improve the quality of the Haskell ecosystem, with a strong emphasis on making Haskell a viable tool for commercial users. ...
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FP Complete's software pipeline

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 13.01.2015
FP Complete's mission is easily expressed: increase the commercial adoption of Haskell. We firmly believe that- in many domains- Haskell is the best way to write high ...
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Announcing: mutable-containers 0.2

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 07.01.2015
As part of our high-performance computing work, I recently found myself in need of some fast mutable containers. The code is now available on both Hackage and Stackage. ...
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A New Release for the New Year: Announcing Release 3.2

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 06.01.2015
A New Release for the New Year 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 ...
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Announcing LTS Haskell 1.0

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 04.01.2015
The Stackage team is happy to announce the first official LTS Haskell release, LTS Haskell 1.0. The LTS Haskell Github repository has a good overview of the project, and ...
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GHC 7.10RC1 Stackage build results

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 24.12.2014
As many of you likely saw recently, GHC 7.10.1 release candidate 1 was just released. As usually occurs with this process, there is currently lots of breakage in the ...
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Stackage: Survey results, easier usage, and LTS Haskell 0.X

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 16.12.2014
There was tremendous response to our Stackage survey, so I'd like to say: thank you everyone who participated, the feedback was invaluable. Additionally, in the past two ...
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Dropping GHC 7.4 support in FP Haskell Center

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 08.12.2014
When we released FP Haskell Center 3.1, we deprecated our support for GHC 7.4. Till now, we've left that support in place to give users a grace window for upgrading to ...
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Backporting bug fixes: Towards LTS Haskell

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 07.12.2014
The concept I'll be describing here is strongly related to GPS Haskell, something Mark, Duncan, and I started working on at ICFP. I'll expand on the relation to that ...
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Experimental package releases via Stackage Server

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 01.12.2014
Right now, Hackage has no concept of a stable and an unstable release of a package. As a result, authors are hesitant to release code to Hackage unless it's already ...
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