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- You can see a summary of Hadrian's features in [its README](https://gitlab.haskell.org/ghc/ghc/blob/master/hadrian/README.md).
- A cheatsheet for all GHC developers who are used to the Make build system can be found under [`hadrian/doc/make.md`](https://gitlab.haskell.org/ghc/ghc/blob/master/hadrian/doc/make.md).
- The make build system's `mk/build.mk` file for customizing GHC builds is replaced by Hadrian's user settings mechanism, documented at [`hadrian/doc/user-settings.md`](https://gitlab.haskell.org/ghc/ghc/blob/master/hadrian/doc/user-settings.md).
-`hadrian/ghci` loads all of GHC's code in ghci; it only typechecks the modules though, so it is not possible to run the functions from the REPL.
-`hadrian/ghci` loads all of GHC's code in ghci; it only typechecks the modules though, so it is not possible to run the functions from the REPL. This is useful for generating tag files, with the usual `:ctags` and `:etags` commands.
-`build test` lets you run the testsuite; see [`hadrian/doc/testsuite.md`](https://gitlab.haskell.org/ghc/ghc/blob/master/hadrian/doc/testsuite.md) for detailed explanations about the `test` rule and the options it supports.
- Hadrian supports `build docs`, `build source-dist`, `build binary-dist`, `build stage<N>:lib:<library name>`, `build stage<N>:exe:<executable name>`, `build clean`, `build nofib` and more. See `build --help` for a more detailed listing, as well as all the aforementioned documents for detailed explanations about the build rules and command line options supported by Hadrian.