The atlassian-connect-core package

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This library allows you to quickly get an Atlassian Connect application running on top of the Snap Framework. It provides best practices and helper functions to get you moving quickly. Please read the rest of the documentation for more details.

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Dependencies aeson (>=, atlassian-connect-descriptor (>=0.2), base (>=4.7 && <5), base64-bytestring (==1.0.*), bytestring (>=0.9), case-insensitive (==1.*), cipher-aes (==0.2.*), configurator (==0.3.*), containers (==0.5.*), cryptohash (==0.11.*), hostname (==1.*), http-client (==0.4.*), http-client-tls (==0.2.*), http-media (==0.6.*), http-types (==0.8.*), jwt (>=0.6), mtl (==2.*), network, network-api-support (==0.2.*), network-uri, snap (>=0.14), snap-core (>=0.9), split (==0.2.*), text (>=0.11), time (>=1.2), time-units (==1.*), transformers (>=0.3) [details]
License Apache-2.0
Copyright (c) 2014 Robert Massaioli, Avi Knoll, Eero Kaukonen
Author Robert Massaioli
Stability Unknown
Category Web, Snap
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Source repository head: git clone
Uploaded Thu Mar 9 07:59:07 UTC 2017 by RobertMassaioli
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Status Docs available [build log]
Last success reported on 2017-03-09 [all 1 reports]




network-uriGet Network.URI from the network-uri packageEnabledAutomatic

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Atlassian Connect Core (for Haskell)

This is a library that provides Atlassian Connect functionality for applications built on top of the Snap Framework. We provide a snaplet so that you can integrate Atlassian Connect into your applications.

Compiling the code

In order to compile this library we required that you have NixOS installed, in order to create a reliable GHC 8.01 environment. Run the following to setup a NixOS shell with GHC:

$ cat ~/.nixpkgs/config.nix
    packageOverrides = super: let self = super.pkgs; in
        myHaskellEnv =
            (haskellPackages: with haskellPackages; [
            mtl QuickCheck random text alex cabal-install cpphs happy ghc-paths zlib
            # or anything you like.
$ nix-env -f "<nixpkgs>" -iA myHaskellEnv
$ nix-shell -p myHaskellEnv

Then run the following to build the library:

cabal sandbox init
cabal install # on OSX include the --with-gcc=clang flag

Good luck!