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cabal-version for a stack managed project
1 project | reddit.com/r/haskell | 27 May 2022
-- see: https://github.com/sol/hpack ```
Haskell as a first timer - Am I missing something ?
6 projects | reddit.com/r/haskell | 3 Feb 2021
The yaml you are talking about is part of a tool called hpack. This tool can be used on it's own (and with cabal-install as such), it just so happens that stack has it's own internal copy of it and runs it automatically whenever it finds a package.yaml.
Using External Pacakges With Cabal
1 project | reddit.com/r/haskellquestions | 2 Jan 2021
I know this sounds more complicated at first glance, but I personally would suggest using hpack to generate cabal files from a package.yaml instead of directly editing your-project.cabal.
What are some alternatives?
ShellCheck - ShellCheck, a static analysis tool for shell scripts
AlgorithmW - Example implementation of Algorithm W for Hindley-Milner type inference
stack - The Haskell Tool Stack
hpack-convert - hpack-convert: Convert Cabal manifests into hpack's package.yamls
bumper - Haskell tool to automatically bump package versions transitively.
alex - A lexical analyser generator for Haskell
castle - A tool to manage shared cabal-install sandboxes.
criterion - A powerful but simple library for measuring the performance of Haskell code.
haddock - Haskell Documentation Tool
leksah - Haskell IDE