Thu Dec 10 14:49:34 CET 2009
On Dec 10, 11:03 am, Gleb Peregud <glebe...@REDACTED> wrote:
> Why not create general rules, specifications, unified structure and
> build system for these libraries, use package manager (e.g. epm )
> and let everyone contribute under the umbrella of one main project?
I would very much second this. Having an agreed common denominator how
a project is set up, is one of the strenghts of Haskell and cabal.
Maybe hierarchical modules would be a win too.
> I.e. there's a elib1 project, which is a set of core libraries, and
> other libraries would be dependencies of it. If someone is willing to
> become the part of the whole maintainer of the meta project checks if
> it conforms to the rules. If it does then he adds this subproject as a
> dependency to elib1.
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