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Changes in version 2.8.0
* HTML backend completely rewritten to generate semantically rich XHTML
using the xhtml package.
* New default CSS based on the color scheme chosen for the new Haskell
wiki, with a pull-out tab for the synopsis.
* Theme engine based on CSS files. Themes can be switched from the
header menu. (New flags --built-in-themes and --theme. The latter
is an alias for --css which now has extended semantics).
* Markup support for executable examples/unit-tests. To be used with an
upcoming version of the DocTest program.
* Addition of a LaTeX backend.
* Frames-mode can be enabled from the header menu.
* Path to source entities can be specified per package, so that source
links work for cross-package documentation.
* Support for a second form of enumerated lists (1. 2. etc).
* Additions and changes to the Haddock API.
* New flag --no-tmp-comp-dir to tell Haddock to write and pick up
compilation files (.o, .hi, etc) to/from GHC's output directory instead
of a temporary directory.
* Various bug fixes.
Changes in version 2.6.1 (bug fix release from the stable branch)
* Fix #128
Changes in version 2.7.2
* Add Paths_haddock to library
Changes in version 2.7.1:
* Fix problems with library part of .cabal file
Changes in version 2.7.0:
* Instances can be commented
* The Haddock API now exposes more of the internals of Haddock
* Bug fixes (most importantly #128)
Changes in version 2.6.0:
* Drop support for GHC 6.10.*
* Add support for GHC 6.12.1
* Cross-package documentation: full documentation show up when re-exporting
things coming from external packages
* Lexing and parsing the Haddock comment markup is now done in Haddock
again, instead of in GHC
* Slightly prettier printing of instance heads
* Support platforms for which GHC has no native code generator
* Add a flag --print-ghc-libdir
* Minor bug fixes
Changed in version 2.5.0:
* Drop support for GHC 6.8.*
* Add support for GHC 6.10.3 and 6.10.4
* Revert to the old multi-page index for large packages (#106)
* Show GADT records in the generated documentation
* Create output directory if it doesn't exist (#104)
* Use the native codegen instead of compiling via C for TH modules
* Add --use-unicode flag for displaying prettier versions of common symbols
* Mutiple verbosity levels: remove --verbose and add --verbosity=n
Changed in version 2.4.2:
* Support GHC 6.10.2
* Haddock no longer crashes on Template Haskell modules (#68)
(only with GHC 6.10.2 or above)
* Fix problem with Template Haskell-generated declarations disappearing (#59)
* Generate two anchors for each link for compatibility between IE and Opera
* Improved error messages
* Show re-exports from external packages again (GHC ticket #2746)
* Store hidden modules in .haddock files again (needed by the haddock
* Avoid processing boot modules
* Pragmas may exist between document comments and declarations
* Do not indicate that a constructor argument is unboxed
* Fix problem with with non-working links to ghc-prim
* Allow referring to a specific section within a module in a module link
* Fixes to the Hoogle backend
* Improvements to the haddock library
* Many other fixes (including #67, #69, #58, #57)
Changed in version 2.4.1:
* Depend on base 4.* when GHC >= 6.9, otherwise 3.*
Changed in version 2.4.0:
* Add framed view of the HTML documentation
* Build with GHC 6.8.2 and 6.8.3 again
* Support images in documentation comments again
* Small improvements to the Hoogle output
* A few bugs has been fixed
Changed in version 2.3.0:
* Support for GHC 6.10.1
* Slightly improved space usage
* Fix a bug that made hidden modules show up in the contents & index pages
* Fix a bug that made Haddock load modules twice
* Improvements to the Hoogle output
Changed in version 2.2.2:
* Relax version dependency on ghc-paths
Changes in version 2.2.1:
* Support for GHC 6.8.3
* The Hoogle backend is back, thanks to Neil Mitchell. The plan is to be
compatible with the upcoming Hoogle 4 pre-release
* Show associated types in the documentation for class declarations
* Show type family declarations
* Show type equality predicates
* Major bug fixes (#1 and #44)
* It is no longer required to specify the path to GHC's lib dir
* Remove unnecessary parenthesis in type signatures
Changes in version 2.1.0:
* Fix a bug that made links point to the defining module instead
of the "best" one (e.g Int pointing to GHC.Base instead of Data.Int)
* Fix a couple of smaller bugs
* The representation of DocName was changed in the library
* Add a flag --no-warnings for turning off warnings
Changes in version
* The GHC API is used as the front-end
* Haddock now understands all syntax understood by GHC 6.8.2
* Haddock can generate documentation for some of the language extensions
in GHC 6.8.2
* Format of module attributes has changed. The only way of specifiying
module attributes is via a new OPTIONS_HADDOCK pragma. Example:
{-# OPTIONS_HADDOCK hide, prune #-}
* Haddock understands literate source files
* Add a small library to read Haddock's interface files
* Add a flag -B for passing the path to the GHC lib dir
* Add a flag --optghc for passing options to GHC
* Add a flag --ghc-version for printing the GHC version
* Remove --use-package, --allow-missing-html, --ghc-pkg, in favour of only
supporting --read-interface
* Remove --package flag, the GHC flag -package-name can be used instead
* Remove --no-implicit-prelude flag, the GHC flag -XNoImplicitPrelude can
be used instead
Changes in version 0.9:
* Infix type operators, e.g., first :: a~>a' -> (a,b)~>(a',b)
* Add a search box to the index page which automatically narrows
the index to the search as you type (thanks to Neil Mitchell).
* Add a --ghc-pkg flag
* Add a flag --allow-missing-html
* URL expansion for %%, %L, %{LINE}
* added substitution %{FILE///c}
* Lexing of /.../ is now more like '...', in that a / character must
be matched by another / character on the same line, otherwise it
is treated as a literal '/'. This removes a common source of
accidental parse errors in documentation.
* Various bugs were fixed.
* Cabal 1.2 is now required, and Haddock builds with GHC 6.8.x.
Changes in version 0.8:
* Haddock has a Cabal build system, and will build on Windows without
Cygwin or MSYS. GHC 6.4 or later is required.
* New options: --comments-base, --comments-module, --comments-entity
for generating links to pages (eg. wiki) for collecting user comments.
* New options: --source-base, --source-module, --source-entity
for generating links to source code. Haddock now understands
{-# LINE #-} pragmas, which means it can figure out the correct
name for the source file even if the file is preprocessed.
* Haddock generates output for populating the Hoogle search engine.
* New markup <<url>> for including images.
Changes in version 0.7:
* Changes in the way Haddock decides where to direct hyperlinks. Each entity
is now assigned a single "home" module, and all hyperlinks are directed
to that module. See the docs ("Hyperlinking and re-exported entities")
for details.
* New options --ignore-all-exports, --hide
* New option --use-package for creating documentation that hyperlinks to
the HTML documentation for existing packages on your system. It works
by querying ghc-pkg for the location of the Haddock interface and
HTML for the given package.
* Parts of the HTML documentation, notably lists of instances, are
now "collapsible" with a +/- button. Also, the contents page is now
in the form of tree in which subtrees can be collapsed.
* Support for Microsoft DevHelp and HtmlHelp 2.0 formats.
* Support for a short description for each module for the contents page.
* Compiles with GHC 6.4+
* Various bugfixes
Changes in version 0.6:
* Implicit parameters, zip comprehensions and 'mdo' are now
supported by the parser.
* Some lexical bugs were fixed, mainly concerning literal paragraphs
next to non-literal paragraphs.
* New options: --gen-index, --use-index, --gen-contents and --use-contents,
for generting a combined index and contents for several libraries
from the appropriate .haddock files.
* There is now one index rather than separate Function/Constructor and
Type/Class indices. Where a name refers to several entities, these
are listed separately in the index.
* New option: -v, elicits more verbose warnings. Some warnings are
now turned off by default; Haddock should be a little less noisy
in general.
* Markup for definition lists has been added. See the documentation
for details.
* New option: --package for setting the package name. The package
is listed alongside each module name in the combined contents.
* Entities which are re-exported from another package now at least
leave a hyperlink in the generated HTML, rather than nothing at all.
* Some fixes for bugs which caused incorrect hyperlinks in the
generated HTML. In particular, instances should now be linked
* Some aesthetic improvements to the generated HTML.
Changes in version 0.5:
* Compiles with recent versions of GHC.
* A few bugs have been fixed.
* New labelling/linking feature (see "Anchors" in the manual).
Changes in version 0.4:
* Import declarations which list entities in parentheses, or with
hiding clauses, are now properly supported. Modulo one or two
small infelicities, the full Haskell modules system is now supported.
* Haddock is now more flexible about the placing of separators
(commas, semicolons) in relation to doc comments.
* There is support for generating and reading "interface files"
which describe the exports of a set of modules. This is useful
for generating documentation which hyperlinks to
previously-generated documentation.
* Support for generating the extra files required by the Microsoft
Help compiler.
* New option: --prologue specifies a file of documentation which is
placed on the contents page.
* Many bugs fixed
Changes in version 0.3:
* Documentation on individual function arguments is now implemented
* Links can be made to identifiers that aren't in scope, by using
the fully qualified name.
* Instances are collected and listed with the appropriate classes
and datatypes (not for derived instances yet).
* Single quotes are only interpreted specially when they surround a
legal Haskell identifier, otherwise they are treated literally.
* Bird-tracked text is now literal. If you want marked-up text in
a code block, use the @...@ notation instead.
* Various changes to the layout, it generally looks nicer now.
* Various bugs fixed.
Changes in version 0.2:
* The [...] markup for typewriter font has been changed to @...@.
* Module attributes introduced (see the documentation for details).
* {- ... -} style comments may now be used for documentation annotations
* Recursive modules are detected and reported as an error.
* Existential constructors and rank-N types are now groked by the parser
* Some type rendering cleaned up
* `abc' is accepted as well as 'abc' to markup an identifier
* Several bugs fixed, and error messages improved.