# haskell-these 0.7.4-5 source package in Ubuntu

## Changelog

haskell-these (0.7.4-5) unstable; urgency=medium * Patch for newer tasty. -- Clint Adams <email address hidden> Sun, 21 Oct 2018 21:23:19 -0400

## Upload details

- Uploaded by:
- Debian Haskell Group on 2018-10-22

- Uploaded to:
- Sid

- Original maintainer:
- Debian Haskell Group

- Architectures:
- any all

- Section:
- misc

- Urgency:
- Medium Urgency

## See full publishing history Publishing

Series | Published | Component | Section | |
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Disco | release | on 2018-12-20 | universe | misc |

## Downloads

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haskell-these_0.7.4-5.dsc | 3.8 KiB | 05b9ea008b1104eb8eb260ab5af1fb2fb6768c5a6d88760890b9af3bfdfaf37c |

haskell-these_0.7.4.orig.tar.gz | 17.1 KiB | dcf37d7bab1780fc56663dac1f2eeee7890a4511f66e268aafbf786def8d884a |

haskell-these_0.7.4-5.debian.tar.xz | 3.9 KiB | 42de723785a3ed489236591f5de874c99104e784d7ff164207b67ed46be9f778 |

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## Binary packages built by this source

- libghc-these-dev: either-or-both data type
Package provides a data type `These a b' which can hold a value of either

type or values of each type. This is usually thought of as an "inclusive or"

type (contrasting `Either a b' as "exclusive or") or as an "outer join" type

(contrasting `(a, b)' as "inner join").

.

The major use case of this is provided by the Align class, representing a

generalized notion of "zipping with padding" that combines structures without

truncating to the size of the smaller input.

.

Also included is ChronicleT, a monad transformer based on the Monad instance

for `These a', along with the usual monad transformer bells and whistles.

.

This package provides a library for the Haskell programming language.

See http://www.haskell. for more information on Haskell.org/

- libghc-these-doc: either-or-both data type; documentation
Package provides a data type `These a b' which can hold a value of either

type or values of each type. This is usually thought of as an "inclusive or"

type (contrasting `Either a b' as "exclusive or") or as an "outer join" type

(contrasting `(a, b)' as "inner join").

.

The major use case of this is provided by the Align class, representing a

generalized notion of "zipping with padding" that combines structures without

truncating to the size of the smaller input.

.

Also included is ChronicleT, a monad transformer based on the Monad instance

for `These a', along with the usual monad transformer bells and whistles.

.

This package provides the documentation for a library for the Haskell

programming language.

See http://www.haskell. for more information on Haskell.org/

- libghc-these-prof: either-or-both data type; profiling libraries
Package provides a data type `These a b' which can hold a value of either

type or values of each type. This is usually thought of as an "inclusive or"

type (contrasting `Either a b' as "exclusive or") or as an "outer join" type

(contrasting `(a, b)' as "inner join").

.

The major use case of this is provided by the Align class, representing a

generalized notion of "zipping with padding" that combines structures without

truncating to the size of the smaller input.

.

Also included is ChronicleT, a monad transformer based on the Monad instance

for `These a', along with the usual monad transformer bells and whistles.

.

This package provides a library for the Haskell programming language, compiled

for profiling. See http://www.haskell. for more information on Haskell.org/