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Using C libraries in Haskell with Cabal
5 projects | reddit.com/r/haskell | 26 Jul 2022
It kinda depends on how easy it is to build the C library, but assuming you can basically just list the files to point the C compiler at, yeah, it's not that hard to just include the C library in your project itself. The zstd library on Hackage does this (source on Github).
What are some alternatives?
zip-conduit - Working with zip archives via conduits.
zlib - Compression and decompression in the gzip and zlib formats
lz4 - Haskell bindings to lz4
zip - Efficient library for manipulating zip archives
mime - A Haskell MIME library
lzip - Lzip compression / Lzlib bindings
binary-serialise-cbor - Binary serialisation in the CBOR format
tar - Reading, writing and manipulating ".tar" archive files.
simple-tar - A very simple tar archive processing library
ffmpeg-light - Minimal Haskell bindings to the FFmpeg library