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Use cabal's conditional thingy, checking on impl(ghc >= x.yz).  E.g:
 
Use cabal's conditional thingy, checking on impl(ghc >= x.yz).  E.g:
  
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    ghc-options:        -Wall -fexcess-precision -funbox-strict-fields
 
     if impl(ghc >= 6.12)
 
     if impl(ghc >= 6.12)
         Ghc-Options:       -Wall -fexcess-precision -funbox-strict-fields -auto-all -fno-warn-unused-do-bind
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         ghc-options:     -fno-warn-unused-do-bind
    else
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        Ghc-Options:      -Wall -fexcess-precision -funbox-strict-fields -auto-all
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Revision as of 12:41, 15 December 2011

A list of things that need updating when porting packages to newer library/cabal versions.

If you maintain a Haskell package this is for you. For older versions of this document:


Updating to GHC 7.0

When upgrading to GHC 7.0, any of your packages that worked against the base-3 library will need to be updated to the base-4.

Compatibility with older GHC

Use cabal's conditional thingy, checking on impl(ghc >= x.yz). E.g:

   ghc-options:         -Wall -fexcess-precision -funbox-strict-fields
   if impl(ghc >= 6.12)
       ghc-options:     -fno-warn-unused-do-bind


(This is a stub, since the previous version was so out-of-date. Please help by adding useful content.)