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stack and the PVP

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 21.09.2015
We recently had a very large discussion of stack on Reddit, which I thought was great for kicking off some discussion. In that discussion, there was a very active thread ...
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stack: more binary package sharing

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 01.09.2015
This blog post describes a new feature in stack. Until now, multiple projects using the same snapshot could share the binary builds of packages. However, two separate ...
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New in-depth guide to stack

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 31.08.2015
The stack build tool is a cross-platform program for developing Haskell projects. It is aimed at Haskellers both new and experienced. I recently put together an in-depth ...
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stack and GHC on Windows

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 25.08.2015
I've spent some time over the past few weeks working on problems stack users have run into on Windows, and I'd like to share the outcome. To summarize, here are the ...
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Practical Haskell: Bitrot-free Scripts

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 11.08.2015
File server demo in a single Haskell file Sneak peek: Run docker run --rm -p 8080:8080 snoyberg/file-server-demo and open http://localhost:8080.
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How stack can use Docker under the hood

  • Emanuel Borsboom
  • 05.08.2015
TL;DR: if you just want to get started use stack's Docker support, see the Docker page on the stack wiki. The rest of this post gives background on the benefits, ...
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Package security in stack

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 20.07.2015
As readers of this blog or the mailing lists are likely already aware: package security is important to both FP Complete and other members of the Commercial Haskell ...
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Why is stack not cabal?

  • Mathieu Boespflug
  • 24.06.2015
This blog post is intended to answer two very frequest questions about stack: how is it different from Cabal? And: Why was it developed as a separate project instead of ...
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stack 0.1 released

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 24.06.2015
A few weeks ago, we announced the first public beta of stack, a new build tool for Haskell. Since then we've seen a huge amount of work on stack: code contributions, ...
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ANNOUNCING: first public beta of stack

  • Chris Done
  • 09.06.2015
stack is a new, complete, cross-platform development tool aimed at both new and experienced Haskell developers alike, for installing and setting up the compiler, ...
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