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Clean up the rest of the references to trac.haskell.org. (#73)

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* Clean up the rest of the references to trac.haskell.org
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* Bump upper bound on base to support ghc-8.4
* Use `TChan` from `stm` rather than `Chan`
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## Features:
- Provides a [rich line editing interface](http://trac.haskell.org/haskeline/wiki/KeyBindings).
- A `~/.haskeline` file allows customization of [preferences](http://trac.haskell.org/haskeline/wiki/UserPrefs) and [custom key bindings](http://trac.haskell.org/haskeline/wiki/CustomKeyBindings).
- Provides a [rich line editing interface](https://github.com/judah/haskeline/wiki/KeyBindings).
- A `~/.haskeline` file allows customization of [preferences](https://github.com/judah/haskeline/wiki/UserPreferences) and [custom key bindings](https://github.com/judah/haskeline/wiki/CustomKeyBindings).
- Runs on POSIX-compatible systems, using the [terminfo](http://github.com/judah/terminfo) library to support non-ANSI terminals.
- Runs on Windows using MinGW.
- [Supports Unicode](http://trac.haskell.org/haskeline/wiki/UnicodeSupport) cross-platform.
- [Supports Unicode](https://github.com/judah/haskeline/wiki/UnicodeSupport) cross-platform.
- History recall and incremental search.
- Custom tab completion functions which may run in an arbitrary monad.
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Unicode-aware and runs both on POSIX-compatible systems and on Windows.
Users may customize the interface with a @~/.haskeline@ file; see
<http://trac.haskell.org/haskeline/wiki/UserPrefs> for more information.
<https://github.com/judah/haskeline/wiki/UserPreferences> for more information.
An example use of this library for a simple read-eval-print loop (REPL) is the
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