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6 weeks ago by bob
ghcup: Painless installation of GHC toolchain
ghcup makes it easy to install specific versions of ghc on GNU/Linux as well as MacOS (aka Darwin), and can also bootstrap a fresh Haskell developer environment from scratch.
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9 weeks ago by spl
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RT : 8.6.3 has been released! This release fixes several issues present in 8.6.2 and users are highly encouraged to…
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10 weeks ago by etorreborre
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I have good news for you -ers who have been reluctant to jump into contribution due to Phabricator and…
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11 weeks ago by etorreborre
A Guide to GHC's Extensions - Jannis' Word Discounter
he latest official version of the Haskell standard was published in 2010. Since then, GHC, the most popular Haskell compiler, has grown almost 100 extensions which modify the language, sometimes quite drastically. Many of them have proven popular, to the point where it’s rare to find a library on Hackage that doesn’t use any extensions.

This is a problem for students of Haskell since most teaching materials only cover the base standard, leaving learners to fend for themselves in the extension jungle. This guide aims to make the journey a little easier. To that end, I sort GHC’s extensions into four tracks:

The basic track contains extensions that are generally simple and either commonly used or particularly useful for Haskell beginners. I also consider most of these extensions future-proof, in the sense that a future Haskell standard would probably include them without major changes.
The advanced track contains extensions that are useful, but either more complex or less popular than the ones in the basic track. This includes a bunch of ‘special interest’ extensions that are only relevant if you want to do particular things with Haskell.
The questionable track contains extensions that you probably shouldn’t use – either because they are actively unhelpful (badly designed or deprecated), or because they%2
ghc  haskell  reference  tutorial  guide 
november 2018 by dicewitch
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In the recent development priorities survey, many of you commented that there was a lack of newcomer-friendly…
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october 2018 by skchrko
Exploring Nix & Haskell Part 1: Project Setup – Christian Henry
I’ve been working a lot with Nix and Haskell lately, and I thought now would be
a good time to pause and write about it before I either forget what I’ve learned
or forget why I found it difficult in the first place.

haskell  nix  ghc  4* 
september 2018 by ianweatherhogg
Timeline – GHC
Daily reminder to check out the bug tracker



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august 2018 by tjweir

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