devel/hs-hls-qualify-imported-names-plugin - The NetBSD Packages Collection

Haskell Language Server plugin that qualifies imported names

You've imported a number of modules, and have written a lot of code with
unqualified names. You want to import a new module but you know there will
be a number name clashes so you want to switch your current usage of names
to be qualified. It would be nice if you could change

  import Blah

to

  import Blah as Bloo

then magically qualify all the previous names imported from Blah with
Bloo. After doing that you could then change

  import Blah as Bloo

to

  import qualified Blah as Bloo

and import your the new module using names from it without worry. Well, now
you can...

Build dependencies

pkgtools/mktools pkgtools/cwrappers

Runtime dependencies

converters/hs-aeson devel/hs-dlist devel/hs-unordered-containers devel/hs-ghcide devel/hs-hls-graph devel/hs-hls-plugin-api devel/hs-lsp lang/ghc92 converters/hs-aeson devel/hs-dlist devel/hs-unordered-containers devel/hs-ghcide devel/hs-hls-graph devel/hs-hls-plugin-api devel/hs-lsp

Binary packages

OSArchitectureVersion
NetBSD 10.0x86_64hs-hls-qualify-imported-names-plugin-1.0.1.0nb5.tgz
NetBSD 10.0x86_64hs-hls-qualify-imported-names-plugin-1.0.1.0nb4.tgz
NetBSD 8.0x86_64hs-hls-qualify-imported-names-plugin-1.0.1.0nb1.tgz
NetBSD 8.0x86_64hs-hls-qualify-imported-names-plugin-1.0.1.0nb4.tgz
NetBSD 9.0x86_64hs-hls-qualify-imported-names-plugin-1.0.1.0nb1.tgz
NetBSD 9.0x86_64hs-hls-qualify-imported-names-plugin-1.0.1.0nb1.tgz
NetBSD 9.0x86_64hs-hls-qualify-imported-names-plugin-1.0.1.0nb1.tgz
NetBSD 9.0x86_64hs-hls-qualify-imported-names-plugin-1.0.1.0nb4.tgz
NetBSD 9.0x86_64hs-hls-qualify-imported-names-plugin-1.0.1.0nb1.tgz

Binary packages can be installed with the high-level tool pkgin (which can be installed with pkg_add) or pkg_add(1) (installed by default). The NetBSD packages collection is also designed to permit easy installation from source.

Available build options

(none)

Known vulnerabilities

The pkg_admin audit command locates any installed package which has been mentioned in security advisories as having vulnerabilities.

Please note the vulnerabilities database might not be fully accurate, and not every bug is exploitable with every configuration.


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