~fgaz/cabal

ed3ae133 — Mikhail Glushenkov 7 months ago
Merge pull request #6111 from mpickering/debug-info
fef6d8d4 — Alexis Williams 7 months ago
Fix `v2-repl` changing directory incorrectly. (#6115)
ffd45c50 — Matthew Pickering 7 months ago
Make `debug-info` >= 1 imply library/executable-stripping: False

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Cabal

This Cabal Git repository contains the following packages:

The canonical upstream repository is located at https://github.com/haskell/cabal.

Installing Cabal (by downloading the binary)

Prebuilt binary releases can be obtained from https://www.haskell.org/cabal/download.html. The cabal-install binary download for your platform should contain the cabal executable.

Installing Cabal (with cabal)

Assuming that you have a pre-existing, older version of cabal-install, run:

cabal install cabal-install

To get the latest version of cabal-install. (You may want to cabal update first.)

To install the latest version from the Git repository, clone the Git repository and then run:

(cd Cabal; cabal install)
(cd cabal-install; cabal install)

Installing Cabal (without cabal)

Assuming you don't have a pre-existing copy of cabal-install, run:

cabal-install $ ./bootstrap.sh # running ./bootstrap.sh from within in cabal-install folder.

For more details, and non-unix like systems, see the README.md in cabal-install and Contributing Guidelines.