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Add to Stackage (follow-up to 0.5) #177

ryantrinkle opened this Issue Mar 12, 2018 · 5 comments


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ryantrinkle commented Mar 12, 2018

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@ryantrinkle ryantrinkle added this to the v0.5 milestone Mar 12, 2018


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ali-abrar commented Mar 12, 2018

related: #26


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Crysikrend commented Apr 10, 2018

As someone pretty new to Haskell, I really really would like this to be on Stackage. I understand that nix is really cool after looking into it, but I feel very discouraged to use reflex simply because its the odd one out. I don't have anything else that requires nix and I feel that it is much easier to try things out using Stackage than the ./try-reflex command.

I know it doesn't mean so much from a student, but at the same time I feel like if you want reflex to grow even further and bring new people in, it's definitely a good thing to try if its possible? Would certainly make my night easier right now!


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Rizary commented Apr 10, 2018

fwiw, I have used several project using only cabal new-* (without need reflex-platform) and it works perfectly fine (at least for now). And you can simply using reflex-project-skeleton.

if you are windows user, then you might need stack if you cannot spin up nixos / ubuntu vm.

just some advice.


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Rizary commented Jul 18, 2018

This comes up to recent discussion in #ghcjs freenode that link to the this issue I'm not sure if it is still necessary to put under the milestone of reflex regarding maintain reflex present in Stackage.


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nomeata commented Jul 19, 2018

Until this package is in Hackage, I created a hackage overlay with this package:

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