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Support YQL, Remove Webservice because it is no longer supported by Yahoo #4

merged 22 commits into from Oct 11, 2016


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@mchaver mchaver commented Oct 9, 2016

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@mchaver Thanks a lot!

I've added you as a collaborator for this project. Feel free to merge this PR in. Also, if you tell me your hackage username I'll add you as an admin for the package on hackage. That way you'll be able to do releases to hackage.

In 3984d93 I renamed the Web.Yahoo.Finance.YQL.Types module to Web.Yahoo.Finance.YQL. I think this makes more sense, given that the module is also exporting the functions for actually getting stock quotes. What doyou think?

Also, it appears that the tests are failing on travis-ci. I'm not sure why this is. Do you have any ideas? If we can't figure it out, I guess we can just disable the tests on travis-ci.

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mchaver commented Oct 10, 2016

Yeah, the rename makes sense.

My guess would be the network settings on the travis system that runs the tests. On travis the tests only pass on #GHC 7.1.3. I can get the tests stack test to pass on mac and ubuntu. I think it is fine to disable the travis tests and just make sure stack test works before pushing to hackage.

Update the .travis.yml file with the recommended file from

Also enable additional travis targets (older versions of ghc).
This commit creates a stack-servant-0.9.yaml file.  This is used by the script to test that yahoo-finance-api works with

This commit also sets stack.yaml to just be a normal build using lts-7.
@cdepillabout cdepillabout merged commit a80ae06 into cdepillabout:master Oct 11, 2016
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I released v0.2.0.0 to hackage. Thanks again!

Closes #3.

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