xmonad 0.15-1build1 source package in Ubuntu

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xmonad (0.15-1build1) eoan; urgency=medium

  * Rebuild against new GHC abi.

 -- Gianfranco Costamagna <email address hidden>  Thu, 08 Aug 2019 16:33:45 +0200

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Gianfranco Costamagna on 2019-08-08
Uploaded to:
Eoan
Original maintainer:
Debian Haskell Group
Architectures:
any all
Section:
x11
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Focal release on 2019-10-18 universe x11
Eoan release on 2019-09-09 universe x11

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Binary packages built by this source

libghc-xmonad-dev: Lightweight X11 window manager

 Xmonad is a minimalist tiling window manager for X, written in
 Haskell. Windows are managed using automatic layout algorithms,
 which can be dynamically reconfigured. At any time windows are
 arranged so as to maximise the use of screen real estate. All
 features of the window manager are accessible purely from the
 keyboard: a mouse is entirely optional. Xmonad is configured in
 Haskell, and custom layout algorithms may be implemented by the user
 in config files. A principle of Xmonad is predictability: the user
 should know in advance precisely the window arrangement that will
 result from any action.
 .
 This package is what you need to build your custom configured xmonad
 binary.
 .
 This package provides a library for the Haskell programming language.
 See http://www.haskell.org/ for more information on Haskell.

libghc-xmonad-doc: Lightweight X11 window manager; documentation

 Xmonad is a minimalist tiling window manager for X, written in
 Haskell. Windows are managed using automatic layout algorithms,
 which can be dynamically reconfigured. At any time windows are
 arranged so as to maximise the use of screen real estate. All
 features of the window manager are accessible purely from the
 keyboard: a mouse is entirely optional. Xmonad is configured in
 Haskell, and custom layout algorithms may be implemented by the user
 in config files. A principle of Xmonad is predictability: the user
 should know in advance precisely the window arrangement that will
 result from any action.
 .
 This package contains the documentation for building your custom
 configured xmonad binary as well as example configuration files.
 .
 This package provides the documentation for a library for the Haskell
 programming language.
 See http://www.haskell.org/ for more information on Haskell.

libghc-xmonad-prof: Lightweight X11 window manager; profiling libraries

 Xmonad is a minimalist tiling window manager for X, written in
 Haskell. Windows are managed using automatic layout algorithms,
 which can be dynamically reconfigured. At any time windows are
 arranged so as to maximise the use of screen real estate. All
 features of the window manager are accessible purely from the
 keyboard: a mouse is entirely optional. Xmonad is configured in
 Haskell, and custom layout algorithms may be implemented by the user
 in config files. A principle of Xmonad is predictability: the user
 should know in advance precisely the window arrangement that will
 result from any action.
 .
 This package is what you need to profile your custom configured xmonad
 binary.
 .
 This package provides a library for the Haskell programming language, compiled
 for profiling. See http://www.haskell.org/ for more information on Haskell.

xmonad: Lightweight X11 window manager written in Haskell

 Xmonad is a minimalist tiling window manager for X, written in
 Haskell. Windows are managed using automatic layout algorithms,
 which can be dynamically reconfigured. At any time windows are
 arranged so as to maximise the use of screen real estate. All
 features of the window manager are accessible purely from the
 keyboard: a mouse is entirely optional. Xmonad is configured in
 Haskell, and custom layout algorithms may be implemented by the user
 in config files. A principle of Xmonad is predictability: the user
 should know in advance precisely the window arrangement that will
 result from any action.
 .
 This package comes pre-configured with the default configuration. If
 you want to build your custom-configured version, make sure that
 libghc-xmonad-dev is installed and put your configuration in
 ~/.xmonad/xmonad.hs