The mission of the Haskell Special Interest Group is to maintain, grow, and guide the packaging of Haskell projects in Fedora.
We have two mailing-lists:
We have anchannel on freenode.net .
We meet every few weeks on IRC: check the SIGs calendar and our mailing-list for details.
Follow us on Twitter.
GHC and Stackage LTS versions
- F33 has ghc-8.8.4 and Stackage LTS 16
- F32 has ghc-8.6.5 and Stackage LTS 14
- F31 has ghc-8.6.5 and package versions based on Stackage LTS 13
- F30 had ghc-8.4.4 and package versions based on Stackage LTS 12
- F29 had ghc-8.2.2 and Stackage LTS 11
- EPEL8 has ghc-8.2.2
- EPEL7 has ghc-7.6.3 and haskell-platform-2013.2.0.0
- EPEL6 has ghc-7.0.4 and haskell-platform-2011.4.0.0
The following module streams are currently available for some current Fedora releases:
- ghc:9.0 (9.0.1-alpha1)
- ghc:8.10 (8.10.3)
- ghc:8.8 (8.8.4)
- (https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/petersen/stack/ old v1)
Coprs for EPEL 6 & 7 only
For newer versions of ghc you can use the following:
- https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/petersen/ghc-8.4.4/ (*)
- https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/petersen/ghc-8.4.3/ (*)
- https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/petersen/ghc-8.2.2/ (*)
- https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/petersen/ghc-8.0.2/ (*)
- https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/petersen/ghc-7.10.3/ (*)
- https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/petersen/ghc-7.8.4/ (*)
(*) if you have Fedora Haskell libraries installed which are not part of ghc, you will need to remove them all first (easiest just to remove ghc-base) to avoid package dependency conflicts
- add cabal-install to module streams
- help improve
- document ghc and package update workflow (GHC_Update_SOP)
- package larger subset of LTS in Copr
New Package Process
- Please use cabal-rpm to generate packages for submitting a package review request.
- It should follow the current Haskell Packaging Guidelines.
- Please add
email@example.com the CC list for your review request bug.
- You can use
cabal-rpm diffwhen reviewing packages to check differences from the templates.
- New packages can optionally be added to https://release-monitoring.org/ to track Stackage (or Hackage if not in Stackage).
(Previously we tracked package review requests CC to firstname.lastname@example.org:
Open haskell-devel package reviews which are split into
- New unassigned reviews (bit.ly/fedora-haskell-new-reviews2)
- Ongoing assigned reviews
- NotReady stalled reviews
Non-review bugs can be split into:
- All open URM bugs (saved as haskell-available)
- Package bugs
- Tracker for libraries with no revdeps
- ghc bugs not CC haskell-sig
See also the package review links in the Packaging section.
Active packagers and package maintainers:
- Ricky Elrod
- Ben Boeckel
- Michel Salim
- Shakthi Kannan
- Lakshmi Narasimhan T V
- 2019-10-28: Fedora 31 ships with ghc-8.6.5, Stackage 13 packages, and prof and doc subpackages
- 2015-05-26: Fedora 22 ships with ghc-7.8.4
- 2013-12-17: Fedora 20 ships with ghc-7.6.3 and packages following the revised Packaging Guidelines
- 2013-07-02: Fedora 19 ships with ghc-7.4.2
- 2013-01-15: Fedora 18 ships with ghc-7.4.1
- 2012-05-29: Fedora 17 ships with Haskell Platform 2011.4.0.0
- 2012-02-14: new haskell mailing-list for discussion
- 2011-11-08: Fedora 16 ships with ghc-7.0.4 and all prof subpackages merged into devel
- 2011-06-01: Fedora 15 ships with ghc-7.0.2
- 2010-12-05: Fedora packages now listed on http://hackage.haskell.org
- 2010-11-02: Fedora 14 ships: all doc subpackages merged into devel
- 2010-05-25: Fedora 13 ships with ghc-6.12.1 and shared ghc libraries
- 2010-01-10: fedora-haskell-list becomes haskell-devel list at fedoraproject
- 2009-09-29: haskell-platform added for f12
- 2009-04-15: revised Packaging Guidelines accepted
- 2008-09-17: initial Packaging Guidelines approved
- 2008-02-13: fedora-haskell-list started
- 2007-05-10: Fedora SIG formed
- 2005-02-21: email@example.com mailing-list starts
- 2004-08-03: original Fedora Haskell project starts