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  • yesod-persistent

    A RESTful Haskell web framework built on WAI.

    I'm wondering if this is related to this.

  • ghc-timings-report

    Experimental tool to build reports on GHC build time for your projects.

    Semi-manually, I'm afraid :) For each benchmark in my suite, I have a bunch of modules XYZ010.hs,XYZ020.hs, etc.; I then compile the whole thing, have a script that extracts the core size for each module and writes them to a .csv file, which I then render as a graph using gnuplot. For the compilation time diagrams it's a similar process, except that I'm using ghc-timings-report to extract the compilation times.

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  • categories-with-friends

    Definitely not Scattergories.

    For a more motivated example, I use this technique to keep track of game state in Scattergories: https://github.com/brandonchinn178/categories-with-friends/blob/master/server/src/CategoriesWithFriends/Game/Answer.hs

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