Haskell is a lazily evaluated functional programming language featuring partial function application and static type checking. It is notable for addressing traditionally imperative tasks with "Monads" to avoid violating pure lazy functional evaluation as in some other languages.
How to install Haskell Platform for Ubuntu 13.04? I get the following error when I type sudo apt-get install haskell-platform: E: Unable to locate package haskell-platform error
./configure checking for gfind... no checking for find... /usr/bin/find checking for sort... /usr/bin/sort checking for ghc... no configure: error: GHC is required unless bootstrapping from .hc files. ...
Haskell-platform currently has unmet dependencies on Ubuntu 11.04. This is a known bug, but I'd like to get it installed sooner rather than later. Can anyone recommend a way to install ...
I'm trying to install the Haskell Platform on Raring. Since there's no apt package, I've downloaded the GHC 7.4.2 binary x86_64 distribution (which is a prerequisite), and I am trying to run ...
Since the pandoc package in the repository is outdated, I would like to install it via cabal-install. I ran cabal update, and then cabal install pandoc which fails with: cabal: Couldn't read cabal ...
I'm attempting to install Haskell Platform 2013.2.0.0 on a fairly fresh Ubuntu 13.04, using the instructions here: ...