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From: Malcolm Wallace <Malcolm.Wallace <at> cs.york.ac.uk>
Subject: ANNOUNCE: hmake-3.11
Newsgroups: gmane.comp.lang.haskell.general
Date: Wednesday 3rd May 2006 16:42:47 UTC (over 11 years ago)
hmake - 3.11
			------------

This announcement is for a bug-fix release of 'hmake', the
compiler-independent project-building tool for Haskell programs.  It
automates recompilation analysis, based on import declarations in your
files, to rebuild only those modules that are impacted by a change.  It
is rather like ghc's --make mode, but faster, less memory intensive, and
it works with any compiler (e.g. hbc, nhc98).  hmake also knows about
preprocessors such as Happy, Alex, c2hs, gh, and Hat, and does the right
things with modules that need them.

This release is essentially just a refresh to counter bit-rot.

  * New: the #! runhs script interpreter.
  * Bugfix: now finds dependency B with explicit braces in
            module A where { import B; ... }
  * Bugfixes: for compatibility problems with gcc-4.0.
  * Re-organised the internal cpphs library.

The webpage is at

    http://haskell.org/hmake

Regards,
    Malcolm
 
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