leksah-head: ltk and binary-shared packages
jnf at arcor.de
Sat Dec 5 16:15:24 EST 2009
I've split Leksah into parts, all package are available on
The major new feature in the development repository is support for
complex projects, which are composed of more then one package. You now
have to open a so called Workspace and add packages to it.
Currently I work on improved meta data. For this I split Leksah again,
so that a new package called leksah-collector will appear soon. (it is
not on the web yet. Hope we can start to release the new version to
Cabal in January.
I should have updated the Homepage, but I'm busy developing and have a
lot of fun with it. Hope you will like the next release. The currently
available development version should be usable, but has some bugs which
are not yet fixed (Mainly crashes with the Message: "Pane with this name
already exist" and something like "View split ...").
I'm concerned, that (as far as I know) gtk2hs does not compile under ghc
6.12, so that we can't prepare Leksah to support it. If someone would
advert this, it would be helpful.
Am Samstag, den 05.12.2009, 22:20 +0200 schrieb Yuras Shumovich:
> leksah-head now depends on ltk and binary-shared packages.
> Can anybody say where to find them?
> I understand that work is in progress still, but it would be nice to
> update Readme ;)
> Yuras Shumovich
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> Leksah at projects.haskell.org
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