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saturn

Saturn is a small collection of useful functions for Haskell. It was created in the same spirit as a library I wrote in Scala called Jupiter.

How do I get Saturn?

$ git clone https://github.com/mdippery/jupiter.git
$ cd jupiter
$ stack setup

How do I build Saturn?

$ stack build

How do I test Saturn?

$ stack test

How do I use Saturn?

You can use Saturn in your own Haskell projects by adding

https://github.com/mdippery/jupiter.git

to your extra-deps definition in stack.yaml. It will probably end up looking something like this:

extra-deps:
  - git: https://github.com/mdippery/jupiter.git
    commit: master

And then add saturn to the dependencies of your project, in package.yaml.

Who wrote this?

Saturn is written and maintained by Michael Dippery.

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