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Programming language: Haskell
License: MIT License
Tags: Utils    
Latest version: v0.10.0

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README

This repository is deprecated

Serokell Utils

A random assortment of various helpers and utilities used in Serokell projects.

Deprecated

For a long time, this repository has been a one-stop shop (i.e. a trash can). We are now splitting it into multiple repositories with a better structure and narrower scope.

Haskell style guide

What used to be serokell-style.md now has its very own repository.

Default configurations

  • .editorconfig
  • .hindent.yaml
  • .hlint.yaml
  • .stylish-haskell.yaml

All were moved to the Metatemplates repository.

Haskell library

The library of Haskell definitions is still available on Hackage, but is no longer maintained. We will be splitting it into a set of smaller and more specific libraries and all improvements will be happening in them.

Details of where each individual piece of functionality has been moved will be added here.

Section for Serokell developers

If you are a Serokell developer and you loved serokell-util, then you heart is probably broken right now. We are sorry! But, please, understand that this had to happen and try to move on. This section is here to help you.

I just want to use a function that I know was in serokell-util

Feel free to use the version of the library from Hackage. However, consider doign a quick search first: maybe what you need has already been implemented in some other package, and maybe that implementation is even better.

I want to change something in serokell-util

It is not possible, serokell-util is dead. We know you can be in a hurry, but, plase, stop where the functionality you want to change really belongs. If it is a utility function, maybe it makes sense to actually add it to the upstream package? If it is something more-or-less self-contained, then let’s start a new library, focused specifically on providing the functionality that you need, – feel free to do it! Just don’t forget to update this readme with details of where you moved the functionality.

I have other questions

Great! You can always ask them in the #libraries Slack channel.