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Another small breakthrough today for those who would like to see haskell programs running.

Here is a small incomplete HOWTO for gentoo users on how to build a crosscompiler running on x86_64 host targeted on ia64 platform.

It is just an example. You can pick any target.

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Today I have unmasked ghc-7.6.1 in gentoo‘s haskell overlay. Quite a few of things is broken (like unbumped yet gtk2hs), but major things (like darcs) seem to work fine. Feel free to drop a line on #gentoo-haskell to get the thing fixed.

Some notes and events in the overlay:

  • ghc-7.6.1 is available for all major arches we try to support
  • a few ebuilds of overlay were converted to EAPI=5 to use subslot depends (see below)
  • we’ve got working ghc-9999 ebuild with shared libraries by default! (see below)

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A year has passed since last update from gentoo haskell team. Quite a few things have happened in haskell land since:

  • ghc-7.2 and 7.4 were released by GHC HQ
  • hackage got ever increasing ton of package bumps
  • overlay got some of those updates
  • cabal test suite by Thomas Tuegel became more popular
  • and many others!

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