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I would like to install Twidge 1.1.0, but only 1.0.8 is available in repositories and this version is not compatible with new Twitter API and it's not usable anymore. 1.1.0 is available in Debian sid, but I heard it's not a good idea to mix sid with Ubuntu stable. I found a Git with Twidge 1.1.0, but after compiling setup with ghc I get dozen of lacking dependencies and I'm lost. Does anyone know how to deal with this?

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Yeah I too just discovered this problem. I seem to have been successful in installing from the .deb package at however. It's the build for saucy, but so far it seems to be working ok!

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