Build script with dbus using stack

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  • xmonad-testing

    Stack/cabal setup for testing xmonad* and configurations

    If don't build via the first method and you want to use a project-like structure as in xmonad-testing then yes, you need a cabal file. There is an example file available in the repo.

  • xmonad-dbus

    XMonad DBus monitor application and library to easily connect XMonad with Polybar

    I followed the instructions on this post, which sets ~/.xmonad as a stack project. I set xmonad-log (also tried with haskell-dbus) in the stack.yml as an extra-dep However, it is not working for me.

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