Cabal

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Cabal is a system for building and packaging Haskell libraries and programs. It defines a common interface for package authors and distributors to easily build their applications in a portable way. Cabal is part of a larger infrastructure for distributing, organizing, and cataloging Haskell libraries and programs.

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"Great software for building Haskell libraries and programs "

What do you like best?

Multiple features, great for packaging and distributing in a portable way. It is a very helpful tool that helps to build and organize the Haskell libraries.

What do you dislike?

Not intuitive, takes time to learn the program. I definitely needed to refer to the guide often in the beginning to ensure code was correct. I wish there was a more interactive training or guide to refer to.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We have developed libraries for selected themes, catalogues. This is a great tool for the university setting not only business.

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