Commit a391f594 authored by ross's avatar ross
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[project @ 2003-08-04 10:06:31 by ross]

minor rearrangement
parent 419c1644
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Haskell 98 and FFI Standard Libraries.
<A HREF="parsec/index.html"><TT>parsec</TT></a>
<A HREF="haskell-src/index.html"><TT>haskell-src</TT></a>
monadic parser combinators.
manipulating Haskell source code.
<A HREF="network/index.html"><TT>network</TT></a>
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networking support libraries.
<A HREF="haskell-src/index.html"><TT>haskell-src</TT></a>
<A HREF="parsec/index.html"><TT>parsec</TT></a>
manipulating Haskell source code.
monadic parser combinators.
<A HREF="readline/index.html"><TT>readline</TT></a>
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<A HREF="base/index.html"><TT>base</TT></a> package
and all the modules in the
<A HREF="haskell98/index.html"><TT>haskell98</TT></a>,
<A HREF="network/index.html"><TT>network</TT></a>,
<A HREF="parsec/index.html"><TT>parsec</TT></a> and
<A HREF="haskell-src/index.html"><TT>haskell-src</TT></a> packages.
<A HREF="haskell-src/index.html"><TT>haskell-src</TT></a>,
<A HREF="network/index.html"><TT>network</TT></a> and
<A HREF="parsec/index.html"><TT>parsec</TT></a> packages.
Most of the modules in the <A HREF="unix/index.html"><TT>unix</TT></a> package are supported, too.
Most of the modules in the <A HREF="unix/index.html"><TT>unix</TT></a>
package are supported too.
All those modules are always available, as a single hierarchy;
Hugs does not use the package subdivision.
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<DT><A HREF="">Nhc98</A></DT>
To use modules from a package <i>P</i> with Nhc98,
The modules of the <tt>haskell98</tt> package are available
without the need to use any additional compile-time options.
To use modules from some other package <i>P</i> with Nhc98,
add the compile-time option <tt>-package</tt> <i>P</i>.
Nhc98 currently provides many of the modules in the
<tt>base</tt> package (see the
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