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weigh: Measuring allocations in Haskell

  • Chris Done
  • 27.05.2016
Work motivation While working for various clients that needed fast binary serialization, we had discovered that the binary and cereal packages are both inefficient and ...
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Moving Stackage Nightly to GHC 8.0

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 27.05.2016
As Dan Burton recently announced, the Stackage Curators team has decided to cut an LTS 6 release based on GHC 7.10.3, and to switch Stackage Nightly over to GHC 8.0. ...
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store: a new and efficient binary serialization library

  • Michael Sloan
  • 24.05.2016
A couple months ago, Michael Snoyman wrote a blogpost describing an experiment in an efficient implementation of binary serialization. Since then, we've developed this ...
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Stack Security GnuPG Keys

  • Tim Dysinger
  • 05.05.2016
Introduction We are introducing a method of verifying Haskell packages with OpenPGP signatures. The initial code to sign your packages has been included in Stack as an ...
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The Stackage data flow

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 14.04.2016
I recently wrote up the Stackage data flow. The primary intent was to assist the rest of the Stackage curation team see how all the pieces fit together. However, it may ...
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Efficient binary serialization

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 14.03.2016
FP Complete has multiple openings for software and devops engineers. If you're interested in working on Haskell, container-based deployment, build systems, or just about ...
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Testing GHC with Stackage

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 22.02.2016
For the past few release of GHC (I think 7.10.2 and 7.10.3), I've tried to help out with the testing effort by using Stackage Nightly as a "stress test." Stackage ...
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Updated Haskell Travis config

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 17.02.2016
The Stack build tool guide contains a section on Travis configuration with a sample configuration based on Stack. After iterating through a few different designs over ...
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Status of School of Haskell 2.0

  • Michael Sloan
  • 06.01.2016
Status of School of Haskell 2.0 Earlier this year, I wrote a blogpost about our plans for the next version of the School of Haskell. SoH is a community service and ...
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Using Stack on Travis CI

  • Emanuel Borsboom
  • 22.12.2015
Using Stack for build of Haskell code on Travis CI has number of benefits. For those unfamiliar with it, Travis is a cloud-base continuous integration system, which will ...
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