Demo of Liquid Haskell integration for Cabal and Stack.
This is a sample project set up with liquidhaskell-cabal. It includes:
- A .cabal file configured for
liquidhaskell-cabal, including custom LiquidHaskell flags for each component of the package.
- A Setup.hs file file set up to hook
liquidhaskell-cabalinto the build process.
To use LiquidHaskell at all, you'll need to have the LiquidHaskell binary installed and available in your $PATH, via one of:
stack install liquidhaskell # if you're using Stack cabal install liquidhaskell # if you're using Cabal directly
(Please make sure you have a version >= 0.6.0.0 installed.)
If you're using Cabal <1.24, you'll need to install the
liquidhaskell-cabal package manually
before trying to build this project, to make it available to the Setup.hs file.
cabal install liquidhaskell-cabal-0.2.1.0
Stack and Cabal >=1.24 can automatically handle Setup.hs dependencies.
Once everything is set up, this sample project can be built with one of:
stack build # if you're using Stack cabal build # if you're using Cabal directly
This will do a normal build without LiquidHaskell active. To build and verify with LiquidHaskell, run one of:
stack build --flag liquidhaskell-cabal-demo:liquidhaskell # if you're using Stack cabal configure -fliquidhaskell && cabal build # if you're using Cabal directly
liquidhaskell-cabal-demo sample project is licensed under the
CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication.
Unless you explicitly state otherwise, any contribution intentionally submitted for inclusion in this work by you shall be licensed as above, without any additional terms or conditions.