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Thanks for starting a project with Haskeleton! If you haven't heard of it before, I suggest reading the introductory blog post. You can find it here: http://taylor.fausak.me/2014/03/04/haskeleton-a-haskell-project-skeleton/.

Before you get started, there are a few things that this template couldn't provide for you. You should:

  • Add a synopsis to package.yaml. It should be a short (one sentence) explanation of your project.

  • Add a description to package.yaml. This can be whatever you want it to be.

  • Add a category to package.yaml. A list of categories is available on Hackage at http://hackage.haskell.org/packages.

  • Rename library/Example.hs to whatever you want your top-level module to be called. Typically this is the same as your package name but in CamelCase instead of kebab-case.

    • Don't forget to rename the reference to it in executable/Main.hs!
  • If you are on an older version of Stack (<1.0.4), delete package.yaml and remove /*.cabal from your .gitignore.

Once you've done that, start working on your project with the Stack commands you know and love.

# Build the project.
stack build

# Run the test suite.
stack test

# Run the benchmarks.
stack bench

# Generate documentation.
stack haddock

Thanks again, and happy hacking!