The hs-pgms package

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This package allows people to code Minesweeper strategies in Haskell and run them in a graphical UI. Inspired by

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Versions 0.1,
Dependencies array, base, directory, glib, gtk, MonadPrompt (>=, mtl, random [details]
License BSD3
Copyright (c) 2008 Bertram Felgenhauer
Maintainer Bertram Felgenhauer <>
Stability experimental
Category Game
Uploaded Wed Jun 18 18:18:51 UTC 2008 by BertramFelgenhauer
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Readme for hs-pgms

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This is a Haskell implementation of Programmer's Minesweeper by
John D Ramsdell. See
for the original.

To add a new strategy, create a Haskell module that implements it, and
add it to the list in Strategies.hs. Then add the module itself it the
hs-pgms.cabal file and you're set. Two example strategies are provided,
SimpleStrat.hs and Strat1.hs (actually they're basically the same).

Note: The hs-pgms executable will launch a GUI by default. Run
hs-pgms --help to see its other capabilities.

Have fun!