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== Blog posts / Tutorials ==
 
== Blog posts / Tutorials ==
   
* [https://duplode.github.io/posts/casual-hacking-with-stack.html Casual Hacking With stack] - Explains how to start up a new package with Stack and what each file is for.
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* [https://duplode.github.io/posts/casual-hacking-with-stack-reloaded.html Casual Hacking With stack, Reloaded] - Explains how to start up a new package with Stack and what each file is for.
 
   
 
== Important links ==
 
== Important links ==

Latest revision as of 13:57, 28 August 2019

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For the description of the common computer term stack, see the Wikipedia article Stack (abstract data type) or Call stack.


Introduction

Stack is a development tool for the entire Haskell development cycle, from installing the compiler and packages to testing and benchmarking software.

Blog posts / Tutorials

Important links

Other links