The cartel package

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By specifying your Cabal files in Haskell, you have the power of Haskell at your disposal to reduce redundancy. You can also read in trees of module names dynamically, which saves you from manually maintaining lists of module names.

See the documentation in the Cartel module for details.

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Dependencies base (>= && <5), directory (>=, filepath (>=, optparse-applicative (>=, pretty-show (>=1.6.10), process (>=, split (>=0.2.3), time (>=1.4), transformers (>= [details]
License BSD3
Copyright Copyright 2014-2016 Omari Norman
Author Omari Norman
Stability Experimental
Category Distribution
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Source repository head: git clone
Uploaded Thu Jun 30 01:45:39 UTC 2016 by OmariNorman
Distributions LTSHaskell:, NixOS:, Stackage:, Tumbleweed:
Downloads 3030 total (49 in the last 30 days)
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Status Docs available [build log]
Last success reported on 2016-06-30 [all 1 reports]




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Cartel - specify Cabal files in Haskell

Please see the documentation in the Cartel.hs module in the lib directory for details.

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Building Cartel

Cartel's Cabal file is generated using Cartel. You will need to have the stack program installed. Stack is available at

To generate the Cabal file, simply run sh buildprep.