Haskell Weekly


Issue 227 2020-09-03

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Welcome to another issue of Haskell Weekly! Haskell is a safe, purely functional programming language with a fast, concurrent runtime. This is a weekly summary of what’s going on in its community.



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In brief

Show & tell

  • Accelerate version 1.3 by Trevor McDonell

    This release includes many quality-of-life improvements for defining and using your own data types in embedded code.

  • cabal-fmt version 0.1.4 by Oleg Grenrus

    cabal-fmt-0.1.4 is a small release. I made --no-cabal-file to scratch my itch, and fragments partly to highlight that not every feature can exist in Cabal, but is very fine for preprocessors.

  • Clickhouse-haskell by Shi You

    ClickHouse Haskell Driver with HTTP and native (TCP) interface support.

  • graphql-client by Brandon Chinn

    A client for Haskell programs to query a GraphQL API.

  • hspec-expectations-json by Freckle

    Hspec expectations for JSON values.

  • Supernova by Gabriel Volpe

    Apache Pulsar client for Haskell.

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